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Richey Elementary students pitch in to tell their tale

From left, Trey Koenig, 10, plays Puss in Boots; Kaylie Moschetto, 10, is a fairy; and Samantha Mioduszewski, 11, is Amalie in Richey Elementary School’s production of Fairy Tale Follies. The drama students have been rehearsing since September, said teacher Sclena Brantley.
From left, Trey Koenig, 10, plays Puss in Boots; Kaylie Moschetto, 10, is a fairy; and Samantha Mioduszewski, 11, is Amalie in Richey Elementary School’s production of Fairy Tale Follies. The drama students have been rehearsing since September, said teacher Sclena Brantley.
Published May 20, 2015

Students in the Wheel enrichment program at Richey Elementary wrapped up months of hard work with a presentation of Fairy Tale Follies on May 14 in the school theater. The play, featuring 40 characters, was written by teacher Sclena Brantley and adapted by students for their stage. Brantley noted that students in other facets of the after-school program also pitched, working with teachers and parents to sew costumes and create props and sets for the show. Cooking students also contributed by preparing and serving healthy snacks made with vegetables from the school garden.