Town Meetings Are Here!
Town Meetings are here! Please take a peek at the information below so you are adequately excited and prepared for your child's performance!
Wasatch Elementary Town Meeting
What is a Town Meeting?
A Town Meeting is our version of a class play. Every student at our school spends a trimester working with our incredible dance and drama specialists to create a performance for all to enjoy. From start to finish, Town Meetings require months of hard work from all participants and specialists. We are thrilled to invite family and friends to view their student’s performance at their scheduled date and time.
Based on the 5 elements of dance, students focus on body, action, space, time, and energy during this rotation. Guided by our incredible specialist, Ms. Jean Gardner, students will create the choreography used during their performance. Hands-on and interactive, our drama rotation provides students with experience using their voice and movements to communicate various ideas and stories. Led by the enchanting Ms. Penny Caywood, students will help design the final script.
Wasatch Elementary Town Meeting COVID Protocols
Thank you for your flexibility and understanding as we work to keep our students and community healthy during this time.
• Performances will start promptly at their assigned time. It is recommended to arrive 10 minutes early to find seating and settle in.
• Masks will be required for all audience members ages 2 and above.
• Guests will be welcome in our main auditorium space only. Visiting other areas of the school will not be permitted at this time.
• Please sit with your group and socially distance to the best of your ability.
• If you would like to have the sibling(s) of a performing student attend with you, a parent/guardian may check them out at the main office . Before leaving, they must be checked in once again.
• Photos may be taken after the performance once the student audience has left.
• All performances will be filmed, and a copy can be provided upon request. Please contact your child’s teacher for more details.