Dance Off photo gallery

2020’s dance off was one to remember. By moving the location from inside the commons to the field, students were able to stay safe and socially distant.

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  • The Freshman class presented the crowd with an all girls dance wearing matching outfits with pink boas to add a fun touch.

  • The Freshman boys took the stage and blew the crowd away with their synchronized choreography.

  • The Freshman continued playing hits from each decade. In this picture, Under My Umbrella by Rihanna was played along with a great performance with lots of props.

  • Next up to the stage were the Sophomores. They wowed the crowd with their organized and fun dance routines.

  • The Sophomores traveled and played songs from each decade with the use of a time machine to take them to each year. This aspect added a very creative touch to their performance.

  • This fun musical performance by the Sophomore boys was a big crowd pleaser. The use of instruments as props along with the music in the background made the dance spectacular.

  • Next to the stage were the Juniors. Incorporating Freddy Falcon into the dances were defiantly a highlight of their performance.

  • The Juniors surprised the crowd their great choreography.

  • The Juniors did a smooth transition into the by posing like statues to the “Black Beatles” song by Rea Sremmurd.

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  • Ty Perkins and Cole Rodgers started off the dance off with a performance to the song “iSpy” by Kyle.

  • Freddy Falcon showed the crowd his great dance moves with the Juniors on each end of his wing.

  • Ms. Pommer and Mr. Carlson joined the Seniors dance blew away the crowd with their amazing duet.

  • Ms. Pommer and Mr. Carlson joined the Seniors dance blew away the crowd with their amazing duet.

  • The Seniors did a great job of representing each decade by wearing colorful and fun outfits.

  • James Pabon did such an amazing interpretation of Michael Jackson, many were questioning if it was really him.

  • Joel Erby, Sean Rodriguez, and Laith Bataineh are proudly for the camera.

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