Local schools offer program encouraging people to discover dancing At Pictou Landing First Nation School, students donned shawls and vests and danced to traditional rhythms in the gymnasium on Monday.
Teacher Nadine LeBlanc said this is the first year the Pictou Landing school has been involved with the program. She said the dancing was a way to promote school spirit. "It's fun and easy and the kids love stuff like that." Thorburn Consolidated started each day with a little dancing during the week. Principal Stephen Barker said over the course of five days, students spent the first four minutes of the school day grooving in their classrooms while music played over the intercom. "We ring in spring and start the day with a bit of physical activity. The kids absolutely love it," he said. Barker said the school has participated in the program for three years. "It's a lot of fun. The kids really enjoy starting the day with louis vuitton bags macy&s a song and dancing." At Frank H. MacDonald in Sutherlands River, older students practised a dance and will teach it to their younger counterparts on Wednesday. Principal Frank MacNeill said his school has taken part in the program several times before, and found that one big dance for the whole student body got too chaotic. "We thought it would be something louis vuitton bags from china fun to do here at the school to engage the students," he said. "It's a fun activity to support Dance Nova Scotia and build a little school community." On Friday, students at West Pictou Consolidated in Lyons Brook all danced in the hallway at the same time, and then teachers surprised them with a flash mob. Individual classes were also doing their own dancing activities. Principal Cindy Turner said the school has been working on strategies for engaging students socially and emotionally and this accomplishes that goal. "What a great way to bring the whole school together for fun things," she said, adding that it also promotes physical activity. Baillie Memorial School's participation. Physical education teacher Matt MacGillivray said Dare to Dance shows kids they can be active in other ways than through involvement in typical sports. "For kids not involved in dancing, it opens up opportunities they realize how much fun it is." The New Glasgow school is organizing a zumba session for the whole school on Thursday. He said participating in Dare to Dance was a good way louis vuitton purses tote to introduce dancing, which will be part of the physical education curriculum next year.
The Dare to Dance program, promoted by Dance Nova Scotia, louis vuitton amazon bag is marking its 15th year. A record 13,000 students from 65 public schools registered for the challenge, with 14 schools in the Chignecto Central Regional School Board taking part.
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