Exposure to the arts is an essential part of a well-rounded education. The arts provide a means of expression that goes beyond ordinary speaking and writing. The actual practice of creating art can engage the imagination, foster flexible ways of thinking, develop disciplined effort, and build self-confidence.
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with the Winter Percussion and Guard show in February.
Poinsettia delivery is currently scheduled for December 3 between 10 and 12. There will be an opportunity to pick up the plants after school that day. Further detail will be out in the Triton Arts News, Monday morning December 1, at 7AM.
The next planning session for the Winter Marching Show will be December 15 at 6:30 PM in the Triton Library. All are welcome to come and get involved!
The Newburyport Santa Parade is at about 3:30 on Sunday, March 30. The Marching Band will be there.
Looking ahead to our next major events, we have Homecoming and the fall production of A Tuna Christmas. Stay tuned!
Did you hear? Triton is hosting a Winter Percussion and Guard show, February 7, 2015. There will be lots of room to be involved.