Green Meadow School’s middle school students showed off their original creations of beautiful recycled costumes during their Fashion Night last March 15 at Life in the Son Church.
With the help of Ronald Valiente, middle school art teacher, the students were able to produce their sketches and the design of the costumes. The students were split into groups to make an original costume using recyclable objects only and model it in the program.
The program was a big success. Aside from showcasing the costumes, the Mandrin class also rendered a Mandarin song.
Valiente remarked, “The program is not bad, but if we are going do it next year, we need more polishing and preparation.”
Daniel Gonzales, and 8th grader, said, “It was successful. We just need a little more stuff to do on the program like games, talents of each model, etc. I hope that the people who will make the program can make it exciting and interesting.”
Seventh grader, Joseph Jimenez also commented, “ Fashion Night was a truly remarkable night. It was a great opportunity for the middle schoolers to show their talent in front of their teachers, parents, and friends. It also allowed the students to work together in forming this special event. It was a truly fun and memorable night, and I look forward to having another special event as this one.”
This was truly a remarkable night the middle school students will never forget. The students did not only showed their creativity and their ability to coordinate or produce a program, but they helped promote awareness on saving Mother Earth. (PR)