By Sarah Murray and Paula Zurita
If you've ever been after school and passed by the gym, you've probably heard booming music. You also might have seen kids dancing and singing. These students are in the after school program called Daedream.
Do you know what Daedream is? Yashaira Leguisgmon, explained that, "Daedream is a program that has acting, singing and dance."
Mrs. Pires said, "Daedream has been around for 27years." Daedream practices 3 days per week. There are over 80 students in program this year. They are from grade 1 all the way to college. The purpose of Daedream is to perform and have fun.
The choreographers are Ms. Francis, MASH 8th grade Social Studies teacher, and Kevin Kelly, who is a high school student and a former students at Mauro-Sheridan. The parents and teachers help make the costumes.
Daedream began as a small singing group then began to blossom over the years to an 80-plus student performance. The DAE in Daedream stands for Dramatic Arts Ensemble.
"Daedream is important," said Ms. Francis, "because it lets the students express their feelings and lets their energy in a useful and beautiful way."
These energetic Daedream students will perform at Career High School on Friday, June 12th. The performance is called "A Year in a Life."
All articles are written by MASH students in grades 4-8, who participate in the after school club, Got Lit? Journalism