La Jolla Elementary School students show off their talents

Fourth-graders Kate MacDonald, Ruaida Alkafaji, Ahna Wittkow and Terra Evans take a bow after their dance number. (Courtesy Photos)

It was standing-room-only in the La Jolla Elementary School auditorium on a Friday night in March 2013, when young singers, dancers, musicians and gymnasts took the stage for the PTO’s annual talent show. Under the direction of event chairs Alexa Scoma, Jill Nooren and Angie Goodwin, the incredible talents and stage presence of more than 150 performers wowed the audience, which seemed to enjoy the amazing show!

— Julie MacDonald, PTO President

First-grader Dylan Howard rocked the house with his drum solo, ‘Back in Black.’

Fifth-graders Georgia Figueiredo and Kennedy Snyder perform a duet.

Under the direction of parent and musician Jill Nooren, the GLEEKS Club (an LJES afterschool program) perform.

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