Bratt Elementary School Students Spend Thursday With The Arts

May 9, 2008


Bratt Elementary students spent a day with the arts on Thursday, with students spending most of the day enjoying various art forms.

The students enjoyed Indian drums and dancing, clogging, fiber art, handbells, sculpture, opera from the Pensacola Opera, piano, painting, taekwondo and more.

Scott Slay, music teacher at Northview High School, was joined on stage in the Bratt cafeteria by his father Tracy Slay and several Northview students for an American Roots Music presentation. They performed bluegrass, folk, blues and jazz for the Bratt students and faculty.

The Walnut Hill Volunteer Fire Department was also on hand with summer safety tips.

For a complete photo gallery from the Bratt Cultural Arts Day, click here.

Pictured above: Bratt Elementary School fourth grader Jordan Taylor checks out a piece of granite at Bratt’s Cultural Arts Day. Pictured below: Northview High School music teacher Scott Slay (left) is joined on the Bratt stage by his students for a traditional American music presentation. photos, click to enlarge.



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