Enjoy MS & HS Band’s fun rendition of the “VeggieTales Theme Song,” band arrangement by Paul Murtha and directed by Mrs. Ruthann Hull.
The Shalom Showcase is an annual tradition - we welcome parents on campus to tour their child's classroom and see special activities, displays, and performances. This is also a great opportunity to learn more about what is coming next for your child in the following school year. Due to challenges from gathering due to COVID-19, we have decided to take our annual Shalom Showcase tradition VIRTUAL!
All month long, we'll be sharing videos and content to give you a peek into the classroom. More things will be added each week to the top of this page so check back every Tuesday.
Drumline plays a wonderful version of the song “Storm” by Cassidy Byers and directed by Mrs. Ruthann Hull.
Drumline plays an energetic rendition of the song “Bacon and Eggs” by Cassidy Byers and directed by Mrs. Ruthann Hull.
The MS & HS Drama class students were each asked to write up a scenario for an improvisational scene exercise. After the scenarios were collected, the students then acted out those scenarios.
Our 7th grade students are poets, and didn't know it!
The Shalom Showcase has historically been a wonderful time of fellowship for our community. Students are proud to show off what they have bene working on, and the creativity shown by our teachers is something to be showcased! While this event looks different this year, you can still see the excitement, creativity, and learning through these videos. - Elementary Principal Mrs. Jaime Keller
Shalom's 9th Grade Music Appreciation class enjoyed learning to play “Take Me Home, Country Roads” by John Denver and directed by Miss Amanda Wolfe.
Enjoy Chorale singing “Sisi Ni Moja” (We Are One) by Jacob Narverud and directed by Miss Amanda Wolfe. Chorale has worked on this song for several months, and we are proud to showcase their song and their hard work.
Let's face it - Algebra can be boring. But, Mrs. Rzempoluch rose to the challenge to spice up equation solving with a new game - Equation Solving "Speed Dating" Style!
There are so many wonderful things our teachers and students do at Shalom on a daily basis and Showcase gives them the opportunity to share the talents given to them. I am proud of our students and teachers! - Secondary Principal Dr. Patty Flood
In their last Senior Seminar class, Shalom Seniors go through mock job interviews with Shalom staff members. These interviews help students understand what to expect when they look for employment in the future. What did they learn from the experience? How did this prepare them for the future?
Enjoy a scene from Shalom's Fall Production of The Orphan Train by Aurand Harris and directed by Debbie Thomas. Meet Raymond, an orphan, as he tells of his journey on the train and of what happened next. This was recorded after the production during class for Showcase.
This slideshow features artwork from Shalom's elementary and secondary students.
Our PreK students learned about the important things animals need to survive and then created habitats for their animals.
Mrs. Summers' Kindergarten Class learned how matter can change with an experiment using vinegar to change the hard shell of an egg. Their excitement for the results is so much fun to watch!
Mrs. Emge's 2nd Grade students enjoyed learning about colonial life through interactive centers.
Music Instructor Miss Wolfe has enjoyed introducing the Kindergarten C class the song “We Want to See Jesus Lifted High” by Doug Horley. Their enthusiasm is contagious. Feel free to worship along with these talented students!
Martin Luther King Jr. Artwork
Showcase is a great opportunity to share what teachers and students are doing together. It gives a glimpse into what is happening at the various grade levels and in some of the courses. I am excited about the way that teachers engage students, and the creativity that results. - Administrator Angie Petersheim