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Justiss Elementary School Talent Showcase

Posted Date: 03/20/2024

Justiss Elementary School Talent Showcase

The Talent Showcase at Justiss Elementary was a vibrant display of the diverse talents possessed by the students this year. From soulful singing performances to captivating dance routines and impressive displays of musical prowess, the event was a true celebration of creativity and skill. Let's take a closer look at the lineup of talented performers and their remarkable contributions to the showcase:

  • Rayne Roberts singing "Got Your Name On It"
  • Ce’niyah Finch & Amyrica Washington dancing to "Peanut Butter Jelly Time".
  • Zaila Bridges singing "Put Your Records On"
  • A’mir Epperson dancing to "Billie Jean"
  • Aydan Whitener singing "Mr. Telephone Man"
  • Bristynn and Becklynd High dancing to "Coco Melon Remix"
  • Brayley Hume singing "Lost Boy"
  • Tajh Lee dancing to "Bad Hair Day"
  • Abigail Vasquez singing and dancing to "Watch Me Work".
  • Rilyn Russell and N'diya Gordon dancing to "Crank That"
  • Helen Cardenas singing "Esta Es Pa Mi Viejo"
  • Jamir Smith, Kasen Hill, & Tylan Colbert (our backstreet boys) dancing and singing to "I Want It That Way"
  • Giselle Salvador singing "Holy Forever"
  • The "Dancing Wildcats" Luke Metcalf, Michael Metcalf, Jakavien Minter, Kyalie Hicks, Romello Hicks, and Heaven Nicar dancing to a music mashup.
  • Khloie Fulbright singing "Stand-up"
  • Jordyn Council singing "If I Aint Got You”

The Talent Showcase at Justiss Elementary was a testament to the creativity and passion of the students, highlighting the incredible array of talents that make up the school community.

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