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The night Arts found a home at Franklin

Stockton, Ca / Bilingual Weekly

On Wednesday evening, November 17, 2010, Franklin High School became a music and arts village. Throughout the campus there were music performances, intermediate and advanced band, strings, and jazz ensembles, dance and drama presentations.

The event —entitled “Appreciate the Arts”— showcased students from Franklin and its zone elementary sites, Fremont, Elmwood, King, Roosevelt, Henry and Montezuma.

“I would like to acknowledge the wonderful music, art, drama and dance teachers in our zone for their hard work and dedication to fine arts,” said Franklin High Principal Reyes Gauna, “they worked hard to prepare this successful event. Finally, but certainly not last, our awesome students, who performed in the areas of music, dance, drama and for creating beautiful art pieces.”

Gauna also highlighted the “continual support” of Pheon Davison, SUSD music administrator, the district, and school board for music and fine arts in the district.


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