The McCarthy Elementary School 5th Grade Talent Show took place over the weekend at Fuller Middle.
From singing and dancing, accomplished piano performances, McCarthy’s very own The Voice, karate performances, video for Day in the Life of a 5th Grade boy, commercials by Principal Matt Hanlon and fifth grade teacher Dan Santos, a parent-led flash mob to What Does the Fox Say. as well as several gymnastics performances.
Click here for a slideshow of photos from the talent show.
The highlight of the evening was a video clip to Michael Jackson’s Beat-It, that was created by McCarthy School employees staring Principal Hanlon and Vice Principal Mrs. Nolan.
Editor's Note: The video is attached to this report.
The event could not have been accomplished without the countless fifth grade parent volunteers led by Kathy Franklin, Catherine Williams and Yuki Shikichi, who rehearsed with the students, according to the McCarthy PTO.
The McCarthy PTO said it was lucky to recruit sound and lighting experts Mark Wuerthner and Phil Reitz, who kindly donated their time to this fabulous event.
Note: Originally posted at 1 a.m. on April 14. Updated to fix typo.