With 8 months of design and planning, the story will follow their journey into finding the Oasis, a fertile area in the desert where water is present.
Starting with a Facebook post, ESL teacher Penny Ramos, has been creating and donating masks and scrub caps to places in need since the stay at home order has been put into effect.
Marian Anderson was one of the finest contraltos of her time. Anderson was an American singer who sung opera, classical, and spiritual music from 1925-1965. During her career, she traveled throughout Europe and the United States, and reached several accomplishments.
Bayard Rustin was an early civil rights activist and organizer, and was an advisor of Martin Luther King Jr. Rustin was also an icon for not only the black community, but the LGBTQ+ community as well.
The jazz band will host their fourth annual swing dance concert on Friday, Feb. 28 in the cafeteria from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are $5 until Feb. 28, while tickets sold at the door will cost attendees $8.
Born and raised in Oakland, California, Alicia Garza is a queer, black civil rights activist, and editorial writer. Garza is most notable for her co-founding of the ‘Black Lives Matter Movement’ back in 2013 with Patrisse Khan-Cullors and Opal Tometi.
The band will be hosting their annual Falcon Cluster Concert on Thursday Feb. 6 in the Fine Arts Center from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. While admission is free, the directors have asked for there to only be parents and guardians of the students at Trinity Spring Middle School and Timberview Middle School for Thursday’s performance.
After having to cancel his speech back in the fall, author Neal Shusterman has been rescheduled to visit on Monday, Feb. 10 in the Fine Arts Center from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.
On Saturday, Jan. 25, the drumline and winterguard programs will be hosting their annual indoor showcase for their 2020 season. The showcase will start at 8 p.m. in the gym. Admission is $5 at the door and children 5 and under will be admitted into the event for free.