CDHS Spartans showcased their diverse gifts in this year's talent show. Students sang, danced, played musical instruments, and even wowed us with yo-yo tricks.
This year's show was a reward for students who showed respect as part of our RACE to Greatness initiative (RESPECT ACCOUNTABILITY COMMUNITY EXCELLENCE). All students who were not written up in the last two weeks for insubordination or argumentative behavior, or suspended, got the chance to enjoy a great show put on by fellow classmates.
Participants included: Daisy Davis, Loeren Dilday, Lexi-Rose Beck, Kassidy Mosqueda, Peyton Littleton, Tanner Garris, Frances Gray Riggs, Hayden Cullens, Chad Drye, Emili Ohal, Sirravada Norng, and Wriley Moll.
Congratulations to the winning acts:
1st Peyton Littleton (guitar and singing)
2nd Frances Gray Riggs (dance)
3rd Emili Ohal & Sirravada Norng (guitar and singing)
Thanks also to Landon Rabon (Executive President) and Lucas Thomson (Senior Class President) for acting as MCs, and Mrs. Barnes for all her hard work in organizing.
And of course a special thank you to the community members who came out to judge:
- Mickie Sharpe, a Central graduate, has performed across the United States as a vocalist, and works as an architectural designer based in Lexington.
- Mary Howe has been involved in the arts in a professional and leadership capacity for over 40 years and currently serves as Artistic Director for Lexington Youth Theatre.
- Chris Phelps is the Executive Director of the Tourism Recreation Investment Partnership for Davidson County and the owner of High Rock Outfitters.