Schultz students perform at variety show


Schultz Elementary School fifth-grader Braelyn Booth plays guitar and sings “Shut Up and Fish” by Maddie and Tae, Monday night during the variety show at Schultz. More than 25 acts performed at the show including singers, dancers, comedy routines and a science experiment. The show was organized by several teachers at Schultz, who auditioned dozens of students before selecting the final acts.

Schultz Elementary School fifth-grader Braelyn Booth plays guitar and sings “Shut Up and Fish” by Maddie and Tae, Monday night during the variety show at Schultz. More than 25 acts performed at the show including singers, dancers, comedy routines and a science experiment. The show was organized by several teachers at Schultz, who auditioned dozens of students before selecting the final acts.


Schultz Elementary School fifth-grader Braelyn Booth plays guitar and sings “Shut Up and Fish” by Maddie and Tae, Monday night during the variety show at Schultz. More than 25 acts performed at the show including singers, dancers, comedy routines and a science experiment. The show was organized by several teachers at Schultz, who auditioned dozens of students before selecting the final acts.

Schultz Elementary School fifth-grader Braelyn Booth plays guitar and sings “Shut Up and Fish” by Maddie and Tae, Monday night during the variety show at Schultz. More than 25 acts performed at the show including singers, dancers, comedy routines and a science experiment. The show was organized by several teachers at Schultz, who auditioned dozens of students before selecting the final acts.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/05/web1_DSC_2036.jpgSchultz Elementary School fifth-grader Braelyn Booth plays guitar and sings “Shut Up and Fish” by Maddie and Tae, Monday night during the variety show at Schultz. More than 25 acts performed at the show including singers, dancers, comedy routines and a science experiment. The show was organized by several teachers at Schultz, who auditioned dozens of students before selecting the final acts.