12 THE QUEENS COURIER • KIDS & EDUCATION • MARCH 26, 2015 FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT www.queenscourier.com s kids & education Class clowns entertain at Bayside school circus Fourth- and fi fth-graders at Bayside’s Sacred Heart School have been clowning around recently, but their teachers didn’t mind. The students participated in circus art skills classes, learning various tricks of the trade leading up to their very own circus show held on March 4. The program was part of the Circus Fun program, which physical education teacher Jackie Flynn described as a fun and challenging exercise that helps students develop skills such as juggling, plate spinning, twirling diabolos and devil sticks, stilt walking and various clown gags. The youngsters dressed as clowns and showcased their new skills on March 4 with a circus show enjoyed by parents, teachers and fellow students. Planning cotillion at Hillcrest High School Volunteers are shown in the Student Government Suite at Hillcrest High School preparing mailings for the Jamaica school’s spring cotillion. The event is a dinner/dance for students with high academic ratings. For a small fee, students can attend and receive certifi cates of achievement from advisers Haydee Recinos, Hany Rashid and Principal David Morrison. Pictured preparing the invitations are (from left to right) Minerva Mata, student government president, Anne Dallemand and Odette Munoz.
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