Safety Bay SHS gives the community something to Cheer and Dance about


Jamine Stanley (Catwoman), Tenysha Young (Supergirl), Letitia Reeves (Mrs Incredible), Tamika Coppola (Spiderwoman) and Tori Wilcox (Bat Girl). Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d475637
Jamine Stanley (Catwoman), Tenysha Young (Supergirl), Letitia Reeves (Mrs Incredible), Tamika Coppola (Spiderwoman) and Tori Wilcox (Bat Girl). Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d475637

SAFETY Bay Senior High School staff and students invite parents and community members to attend the Cheer-Dance Specialist Program Annual Cheer and Dance Competition.

Co-ordinator Melissa Wiltshire said the competition was an opportunity to see all the hard work put in by our lower school Cheer & Dance students over the year.

“The students have come up with the whole show including choreographing all of the routines as part of their Semester Two assessments,” she said.

“Medals will be awarded for first, second, and third for each section and trophies for overall winners for cheer and dance.

“Winners from each section of the competition will get to represent the school next year at our visits to local primary schools.”

There will be food trucks including Boost Juice, Bokas Brazilian Food and Rolling Cafe from 5pm.

WHAT: Cheer & Dance End of Year Competition
WHEN: Friday, November 17 at 6pm
WHERE: Safety Bay Senior High School Gym, Malibu Road, Safety Bay
TICKETS: $6.50 flat seating or $12 for tiered seating available from https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=329011

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