National Performing Arts Activities Week is October 13-18 and is part of 2014 National High School Activities Month. The purpose of the week is to focus on the students, coaches and sponsors involved in performing arts programs.
Here are some examples of what you can do to celebrate the week:
Recognize performing arts participants at pep rally
Have reception for students interested in joining performing arts programs; invite current participants
Have alumni program with former performing arts students
Establish “Awards” program (Oscars, Emmys, Tonys, etc.) to recognize contributors to performing arts programs
Create magnetic posters for display on lockers of students involved in performing arts
Present program to elementary school or judge “American Idol” program at local nursing home
Invite local actors or musicians for performance with students
Do feature story in school newspaper
Present drama skit during lunch
Have a performing arts participant read the morning or afternoon announcements in character
Have former band members return to play with current band
Have former band members who are parents return to play with current band
For more information on Activities Week, visit the .