GWL Fifth Graders Take the Stage for a Live Performance of
Project MOVE

During the week of February 29 - March 4, 2022, all Glenwood Landing students participated in an immersive arts education program called, Project MOVE.

Project MOVE is a unique arts-in-education program powered with a mission to raise leaders through the arts. The program is designed around building confidence,
self-love, motivation, teamwork, and healthy exercise habits to ensure a positive experience and student activities include acting out different scenarios, crafting their own costumes, and dancing to the beat

On Friday, March 4, 2022, the GWL fifth graders took to the stage to be the stars of the culminating Project MOVE live performance! Two family members (or guardians) per student were invited to the energetic, creative performance to “move, dance, and cheer-on” their loved ones in the GWL auditorium that was set up to accommodate social distancing. Principal Finder and her teachers and staff were also seen joyously dancing and moving to the beat with their students!

The fifth graders have many wonderful opportunities during their last year at Glenwood Landing School. This is just one of them! Many of them have already been involved in leadership opportunities through clubs and activities since September 2021.  

Thank you to the GWL SCA for their support for this interactive program.

Article written with guidance from Principal Finder and the GWL SCA.  Photos by Shelly Newman