Shakespeare’s Macbeth

Published On: November 17th, 2022 | Categories: Food for Thought, In The Classroom |

Congratulations to the Class of 2023 for a wonderful performance of Shakespeare’s Macbeth!

Traditions and rituals help cement a school’s identity while signaling what a school values. This tradition has been a part of the school since the early 1960s, and the annual Shakespeare play is rite of passage for the eighth grade class. And while the play itself is a massive undertaking for these students, there are many important lessons that are taught along the way.

The Bard teaches us through this unique learning style, fostering skills that benefit every student:

Oral Communication
Critical Thinking
Collaboration
Commitment
Perseverance
Planning
Initiative
Independence
Creativity

Kudos to each eighth grader on a job well done. Special gratitude and acknowledgement goes to Mrs. Greenhalgh (Director of the Shakespeare Play), Mrs. Robb and Mrs. Weis for their tireless efforts to bring the 2022 Shakespeare Play to fruition. We would also like to thank the Greenhalgh family for transforming Carter Hall into a spectacular performance space.

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