On March 30, the day before the project closed for Semana Santa vacation, the Creative Expression Program hosted a mini-showcase for our dance students. The classes have been practicing for the last three months, and they performed two

dances in front of 300 of their peers.This was a huge step for the self-confidence and leadership skills of these performers from our two all-female dance classes. We also had four staff members – led by our dance teacher, Agrin Safari – boogie down to the shuffle. Fun was had by all!

-Elena Chernock

Creative Expression Program Coordinator

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