Princeton Public Schools' students are a talented bunch. So talent, in fact, that in the last month there have been two talent shows, both excellent. The most offering includes only high school students and its for a good cause. The 101: is an organization that provides need-based scholarships to college for Princeton High School Graduates.
The 101: Talent Show, which was scheduled to take place at the end of March, had to be canceled. As this year is the 50th anniversary of 101: students felt it was important that the talent show carry on.
Thanks to the amazing leadership of our the Student Auxiliary's co-leaders, Lydia Cohen and Winnie Nagger, the students assembled an entertaining video featuring many of the acts that were scheduled to appear in the live show.
The acts were required to adjust their performances to adhere to social distancing guidelines but that was no problem as you will see. The show features a range of singing, dancing, and even some magic. There are surprise guests. And all this in less than hour! It's on the "must watch" list for this weekend.
- District News