News and Announcements
Art adjudicators and people from all over had the pleasure to see a wonderful sampling of our Lower, Middle, and High School artwork. Thank you to our artists and to Mrs. Hainsworth, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Demko, Mr. Beauchamp, and Mr. Miller for their tireless efforts and many hours of preparation for this festival. We are proud to announce that Hiba Syed won the High School 2D Division BEST OF SHOW, Saaya Arai – Award of Merit, Annie Kim – Honorable Mention, Nicola Jekubik – Award of Distinction, and Melissa Botia – Award of Excellence! Congratulations to all of our artists and teachers!
We are thrilled to share with everyone that our Senior Thespians earned 5 Superior Ratings and 1 Excellent Rating during this year’s Florida State Thespians Festival in Tampa! Congratulations to all performers! Thank you to Ms. Walden and Mr. Pesicek for all of their supervisory responsibilities.
If you are near Winter Park this weekend, please stop by the 59th Annual Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. This festival never disappoints. If you are there, please plan to visit the Elementary, Middle, and High School Tents to see the incredible artwork on display created by our very own WPS Artists. Thank you to Tracey, Joi, Megg, Andy, Bill, and our artists for all of their work and preparations.
Beauty and the Beast, Jr. tickets are now on sale! The Lower School Theatre Department is producing this show under the direction of Mrs. Redman. The performances are April 5 and 6, 7:00 pm, JCC Rosen Center on Apopka Vineland Road. Tickets are $7.00 for general seating.
The Spizzwinks, stylized as The Spizzwinks(?), are an a cappella singing group of male students from Yale University. Founded in late 1913, the Spizzwinks(?) are the oldest underclassman a cappella group in the United States, dating back to a performance in early 1914.
Composed of fourteen college-aged men, the Spizzwinks perform internationally, touring to every continent within a three-year term.
The Spizzwinks will perform for a small WPS students audience today at 1:15 in the Learning Commons!