Each year, the Renaissance School hosts a student talent show, and this year's show was a tremendous success. A special addition to this year's show was the participation of Endeavour Middle School students, many of whom are Renaissance alumni, making the talent show especially meaningful.
Endeavour students Oliver Halberg, Taegen Yardley, and Kendall Muzzy flawlessly performed Ripple, by the Grateful Dead, and Josephine, by Brandi Carlile. Catie Macauley impressed the audience with her dance choreography and performance with fifth grader, Camryn Muzzy.
Taegen Yardley performed a beautiful solo vocal of the song When I Grow Up and Oliver Halberg entertained with a rocking guitar performance on the classic Johnny B. Goode. A special thank you to Julia Beerworth, who guided the students through the rehearsals that resulted in their wonderful performances.
In keeping with Endeavour's commitment to service learning and outreach, Endeavour students attended the event not only as supportive audience members, but they also helped organize and run a very successful bake sale that raised over $160 which will be donated to All Breed Rescue and support student outreach activities during the spring.
We are so very grateful to the Endeavour community of students, parents and faculty for their support and participation in this very special evening of performances and look forward to next year's show.