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New World School of the Arts High School creative writing class share more than “Sleepy Time” with Kindergarteners and First Graders from Key Biscayne Elementary, during a morning filled with books, reading, music and art.
 
MIAMI--- What has now become a tradition for New World School of the Arts continues to grow and foster new relationships. a picture of High School Principal Doctor Conde with 2 women and 2 children Organized by NWSA creative writing faculty Janice Graham, this is the second consecutive year where the NWSA creative writing class reaches out to an elementary school to inspire and entertain the youngest members of the student body.

On Wednesday, November 14, twenty two kindergarteners and first graders from Key Biscayne Elementary visited NWSA’s High School creative writing class where the youngsters, dressed in their sleepy-time best “PJ’s”  mingled, sang, played and even read with their high school mentors. The thirty creative writing high school students eagerly read their end –of-first-semester project, illustrated children’s books, to the mesmerized youngsters while a quartet from the music division entertained the group with merry holiday tunes. “Authoring and illustrating a children's book is a large project.  It would be a shame to only assign such work a grade; therefore, sharing the book with the community offers the students an opportunity to reach out to younger children” declared Graham.

Principal Frederic Conde, along with other NWSA faculty and staff lent a helping hand even took their place alongside the young and older students.
 
For more information about New World School of the Arts please visit www.mdc.edu/nwsa.
New World School of the Arts was created by the Florida Legislature as a center of excellence in the performing and visual arts, is an educational partnership of Miami Dade County Public Schools, Miami Dade College and the University of Florida.   
PHOTO CAPTION:

NWSA students Maya Bond and Katrina Fraga, Key Biscayne Elementary students Sebastian Sorondo and Isabella Soto, accompanied by NWSA High School Principal Dr. Frederic Conde.