|5th and 6th grade mini-musical a pirate-y affair|
|Written by Wauneta Breeze|
|Thursday, 09 May 2013 18:18|
Last Tuesday during the 5-12 grade concert the 5th and 6th graders put on a mini-musical titled, “How to be a pirate in 7 easy songs.” The presentation taught the audience many aspects of being a pirate including how they dress, act and, of course, how to look for treasure.
Top, the motley crew drew W-P senior John Christner (center) from the audience, dressed him as a pirate and coerced him into performing with them. Students pictured include, front from left, Evan Nordhausen, Destiny Sepeda, Ben Anderjaska, Justus Layman, Tucker Boos, Luke Blackman, middle from left, Harlee Jahn, Dakota Ingold, Shanel Barnard, Jessica Ehm (wearing stripes), Ty Duvel, Joel Maris, Dalton Harchelroad, Cord Lee, back from left, Hayley Echols, Michaela Dukes, Ashley Knotts, Tommy Bley, Peyton Sramek and Gunner Goings.
Bottom left, Duncan Rector shows audience members Tony and Jan Cribelli how to read a treasure map. Bottom right, Gunner Goings flipped up his pirate’s eye patch to read the music during the band performance. (Photos by DeAnn Davis | The Wauneta Breeze)