2018-03-29 / Education

RES Spring Break Talent Show

Photos by Krista Tacey-Cater


CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS! Dressed as Captain Underpants, Roscommon Elementary School third grade teacher Michelle Maloney runs across the stage during the skit entitled “Just Kidding” at the annual RES Spring Break Talent Show. During the skit, teachers Marci Howey and Donna Kolka read funny made-up facts about the teachers and then the kindergarten students yelled “just kidding.” Some of the made up facts were that teachers Sue Mires and Michelle Patterson are in a rock band and that teacher Bryan Bearss grew out his hair super long. But when Howey and Kolka said Maloney wears her Captain Underpants costume more than just at school, it wasn’t a joke. CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS! Dressed as Captain Underpants, Roscommon Elementary School third grade teacher Michelle Maloney runs across the stage during the skit entitled “Just Kidding” at the annual RES Spring Break Talent Show. During the skit, teachers Marci Howey and Donna Kolka read funny made-up facts about the teachers and then the kindergarten students yelled “just kidding.” Some of the made up facts were that teachers Sue Mires and Michelle Patterson are in a rock band and that teacher Bryan Bearss grew out his hair super long. But when Howey and Kolka said Maloney wears her Captain Underpants costume more than just at school, it wasn’t a joke.

GYMNASTS Both Caylee Clawson (above) and Gabrielle Cherven (below) showed off portions of their competitive gymnastics routines at the March 22 Roscommon Elementary School Spring Break Talent Show. GYMNASTS Both Caylee Clawson (above) and Gabrielle Cherven (below) showed off portions of their competitive gymnastics routines at the March 22 Roscommon Elementary School Spring Break Talent Show.

‘SHAKE IT OFF’ Third grader Della Malinowski had the crowd of Roscommon Ele­mentary School students gathered for the Spring Break Talent Show singing along with Taylor Swift’s song “Shake it Off.” ‘SHAKE IT OFF’ Third grader Della Malinowski had the crowd of Roscommon Ele­mentary School students gathered for the Spring Break Talent Show singing along with Taylor Swift’s song “Shake it Off.”


‘LUCKY, LUCKY LEPRECHAUNS’ Students from Jennifer Oakes kindergarten class sang the song “Lucky, Lucky Leprechaun,” which had the students counting by ones, twos, fives and tens. The song was sang during the annual Roscommon Elementary School Spring Break Talent Show, which music teacher Tammy Chmielewski said has been an annual RES tradition for over 20 years. ‘LUCKY, LUCKY LEPRECHAUNS’ Students from Jennifer Oakes kindergarten class sang the song “Lucky, Lucky Leprechaun,” which had the students counting by ones, twos, fives and tens. The song was sang during the annual Roscommon Elementary School Spring Break Talent Show, which music teacher Tammy Chmielewski said has been an annual RES tradition for over 20 years.

BUDDING PIANIST Second grade pianist Gabby Gammicchia played the songs “Balloons,” “The Escalator” and “Driving in G Clef” as her talent at the March 22 Roscommon Elementary School Spring Break Talent Show. BUDDING PIANIST Second grade pianist Gabby Gammicchia played the songs “Balloons,” “The Escalator” and “Driving in G Clef” as her talent at the March 22 Roscommon Elementary School Spring Break Talent Show.

A DINOSAUR IN SCHOOL! Roderick Williams received a grand response from the Roscommon El­ementary School students gathered for the annual Spring Break Talent Show. While dressed as a dinosaur, Willims sang the song “Say Some­thing.” A DINOSAUR IN SCHOOL! Roderick Williams received a grand response from the Roscommon El­ementary School students gathered for the annual Spring Break Talent Show. While dressed as a dinosaur, Willims sang the song “Say Some­thing.”

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