St. John Tradewinds News

St. John School of the Arts Hosts Meet and Greet Events

Tiny dancers ready for the 2016-17 School Year at St. John School of the Arts. Photos provided by Ashley Cates, Director of Marketing at SJSA. [hr gap=”1″]

Brian Falatko teaches a mini Tae Kwon Do lesson at the GBCC meet and greet.

St John School of the Arts opened their doors to many families with excited children over the weekend. The School held Meet and Greets at the Cruz Bay studio and the newly reopened Guy Benjamin Community Center. The large turnouts proved that St John is a community excited about the arts!

Parents and their children had the opportunity to meet faculty members as well as observe and participate in class demos. At GBCC, participants took part in Tae Kwon Do, tumbling, and creative movement sessions. At the studio in Cruz Bay, children tried on tap shoes and tutus and twirled around to music performed by the School’s faculty.

Registration is still underway, and classes begin today. It’s not too late, however, to enroll your child and become involved in the programs offered this year through St John School of the Arts!

Kim Wild, SJSA Executive Director (left) and drumming instructor Eddie Bruce (far right).
Beth Gowan, Acro St. John Instructor, lets kids practice their tumbling skills at the GBCC meet and greet.
Jillian Grossman demonstrates ballet positions.