FRAMINGHAM — Last night, June 12, King Elementary School held its STEAM Exhibition and Concert as a kickoff to summer.
The night began with a concert from the kindergartners.
The students sang along to a few songs with the help of music teacher Sarah Silva. They practiced throughout the school year in music class, but Silva explained that it was the first time performing together as a grade and she was very pleased with how they did.
Kindergartners will have their last day of school tomorrow, June 14.
Once the kindergartners were done, family and friends were encouraged to check out the STEAM Exhibition upstairs.
Here you could find some projects that the students had worked on this past school year. They included a greenhouse plant experiment, sunflowers and carriers, science notebooks, a map of Framingham, and more. There were different projects in all the classrooms and the students were very excited to put their hard work on display as well as look at what their peers had created.
Following the exhibition, there was a concert from the third graders, once again led by Silva.
Before the performance, Principal John Maynard thanked everyone for coming out and for taking part in another successful year.
The concert was filled with recorders, dancing, and singing. It concluded with a few words from Silva explaining how far the students had come in just a few short months. She thanked everyone for their hard work and jokingly apologized to the parents for giving recorders to their kids. Their practice at home definitely paid off!
Video, photos, and report by SOURCE intern Chad Douty