QACPS INVITES ARTS COMMUNITY, STUDENTS AND FAMILIES TO VIRTUAL LAUNCH OF MARYLAND DANCES!
CENTREVILLE, MD – Queen Anne’s County Public Schools (QACPS) is one of nine school systems statewide participating in the launch of MARYLAND DANCES! – A Celebration of Maryland Public School Dance Programs hosted by the Fine Arts Office of the Maryland State Department of Education and the Maryland Dance Education Association.
MARYLAND DANCES! is a concert-length virtual student exhibition in dance held on Wednesday, June 2 at 7 p.m. Kent Island High School Dance Teacher and 2020-2021 QACPS Teacher of the Year Amber Wright's dancers Logan Donnelly and Ella Patterson will be showcased in two performances.
Dance is one of the five core fine arts subjects in Maryland schools, along with Visual Arts, Music, Theatre and Media Arts. The arts community will gather to see and hear from students and educators across Maryland to spotlight dance in a program consisting of exemplary student performances. The nine participating school systems include:
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