Bunker Hill, IN - Maconaquah students, teachers, and administrators are hard at work preparing their corporation-wide Showcase event on April 14th.
Showcase Maconaquah is an event designed to share the broad scope of Maconaquah K-12 student work with the community. This will be the third occurrence of the event in four years.
Classroom displays, art galleries, live music and theatre performances, 3D printing exhibits, a baseball game, and a petting zoo hosted by the MHS FFA will be open to the public during the event, which lasts from 11 a.m. — 2 p.m.
“We want to give our students, their parents, and our community members a chance to see the many exciting things that are being offered in the Maconaquah Schools, grades K-12,” said Maconaquah Superintendent Dr. Doug Arnold.
Arnold said this Showcase is special for him because “it will be the last time that I will be associated with the event since I am retiring at the end of this school year.”
“I always enjoy interacting with our students, parents and community members,” Arnold said. “I have always been impressed with how excited and interested students and adults are at the event. I hope our community sees the wide variety of experiences that our students have as students in the Maconaquah Schools.”
From left: Sydney, Blake, and Mason Barnes play “Roller Bowler” at Showcase Maconaquah in 2016. Photo by Eric Stoff
What: Showcase Maconaquah, a public showcase of Maconaquah’s K-12 initiatives
Who: All are welcome
When: April 14, 2018 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Where: Maconaquah High School