Josiah Quincy Elementary School welcomes Year of the Horse

By the editorial team

Josiah Quincy Elementary School staff and students welcomed the Year of the Horse with singing, dancing and gymnastics on Feb. 6 at the school.

Fifth graders performed the double fan dance. (Image courtesy of James Murray.)

Fifth graders performed the double fan dance. (Image courtesy of James Murray.)

Fourth and fifth graders performed their very own lion dance, while kindergartners sang “Happy New Year.”

The fifth grade dance club put on a double fan dance, while the third graders danced “A Happy and Prosperous New Year.”

A Mandarin skit showcased the 12 zodiac animals greeting the new year, portrayed by fifth graders.

The annual celebration ended with full-floor gymnastics from the JQS Flying Dragons, comprised of third, fourth and fifth graders.

 

A lion dance and drum performance by Josiah Quincy Elementary School students took place on Feb. 6 at the school auditorium. (Image courtesy of James Murray.)

A lion dance and drum performance by Josiah Quincy Elementary School students took place on Feb. 6 at the school auditorium. (Image courtesy of James Murray.)

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