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Special guest speakers, presenters and programs are booked each year to supplement our students’ education!

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The Magic of Science November 14th, 2018 at 1:15 PM

The Magic of Science allows everyone, both in the audience and on stage, to become a magician!
Science, studies in chemistry, light, magnetism, optical illusions, physics, and mathematics are all demonstrated in an energetic performance perfect for children. Everything performed has a scientific principle behind it, however each of these topics will appear to the audience as a challenging and astonishing magic trick. If that wasn’t cool enough…sometimes we’ll tell you how to do the trick at home! Learn more


Additional assemblies are being planned for the year. Come back soon to see more!


Past events

The Magic Storyteller Thursday February 8th, 2018

Chris McBrien is a motivational speaker who uses ventriloquism and comedy to speak to students about character development and anti-bullying. Learn more

Marimba Mania February 2, 2017

Presented by David Hall from Michigan, Marimba Mania explores the percussion music of the world.

Based on a True Story April 12, 2017

Jeremy Schaefer is an actor, writer, improviser and storyteller; Based on a True Story is an interactive celebration of nonfiction stories that are just as empowering and exciting as imagined adventures.  More information is available at

World Works, Thursday, April 21, 2016

The Science Alliance will present an interactive workshop about the positive impact students can make in the world around them. Emphasis will be on how kids can think globally and act locally to make a big difference by making decisions to help protect our planet.

Extreme Science, Thursday, November 19, 2015

Extreme Science is exactly what the title implies: Extreme! In this highly acclaimed show, Hagerman the Magician leads students on a wild journey through different fields of science. This show will tickle your funny bone and educate at the same time.

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