Thu Jan 23, 2020

SCHS theatre arts students produce play promoting equality

South Columbus High School theater arts students, under the direction of teacher Amy Jones, performed “The Coloring Book” in the school’s auditorium Wednesday morning for 4th graders from Tabor City Elementary School and Williams Township Elementary School. The students also presented the children’s play, which teaches lessons about equality and anti-bullying, during the Minnie Evans Play Festival Competition Saturday at Ashley High School in Wilmington. Staff photos by Justin Smith
By Justin Smith

Revised on: 11.13.2019 at 08:37 p.m.

Posted on: 11.13.2019 at 08:37 p.m. |

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