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25 Years Art, Drama, Library Programs

Art teachers are brought in each semester for special projects. Art is offered in the preschool classrooms as part of the weekly class schedule. Art activities are designed to expand language, as well as allow creativity to flow.


Each week, students have the opportunity to check out books and to listen to stories related to their weekly classroom themes read by CSA's Librarian, Ellen Pokorny Roberts, a Masters-level Speech Pathologist.

Levels 3 - 7 (K-4th) participate in creative dramatics weekly. These classes culminate in an annual spring play presented to parents, grandparents, and fellow students. This year, the spring production titled “Three Fine Folktales” was held Thursday, April 24th. The folktales included "Caps for Sale" by the Kindergarten classes, "The Enormous Turnip" by the first grade class, and "Stone Soup" by the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade classes. The auditorium was packed to standing-room only and CSA families were delighted to see the incredible actors and actresses we have at CSA. Please enjoy the photos below.



Parent Comments

The play was fantastic. I was absolutely beaming with pride over my son's performance! I suspect that not enough parents thank you and tell you how happy it makes them to see their kids perform, but I can tell you that for me the plays you put on every year create so much joy and are a reminder that our kids are capable of so much more than we know. Thank you for all the work you do to make these performances happen. 

One of the cutest things I heard yesterday was the pre-school kids went outside on the playground right after the 10:00 performance and the teaching assistant heard one of them say, "Let's make stone soup!" and so they did using cute I can hardly stand it!