Students show a lot of class at annual talent show

The La Jolla Elementary School auditorium overflowed with family and friends on Feb. 3 when the curtain rose on the annual Talent Show. The talents on display included world-class karate sword-fighting skills, classical music performance, hip-hop dance, standup comedy, jump rope, and much more.

The most inventive act came from Aaron Schwarzman who “surfed” on a bongo board while maneuvering a remote-controlled inflatable shark.

As is tradition, the extravaganza opened with a hilarious performance by the teachers and principal Donna Tripi.

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Posted by Staff on Feb 23, 2012. Filed under Life, Social Photo Galleries. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “Students show a lot of class at annual talent show”

  1. Cheryl Goodman

    The talent show was truly a lot of fun. Well done LJES kids, parents and staff.

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