Friday, May 10, 2019 - The National Circus Project came to town this week and they are making a splash at Cooperstown Elementary School. CCS Students K-6 were challenged during Physical Education classes this week to use self-discipline and patience and develop good practice habits as they faced new circus skills and collaborated with their classmates. The National Circus Project is an educational outreach program with over 30 years of experience and serving schools throughout the Northeast. On Friday, May 10, CCS 3rd grade students treated all in attendance to a dazzling display of balance, skill, teamwork and patience - graced with a touch of humor. This program was made possible at CCS Elementary School by the generous contributions of Cooperstown Foundation for Excellence in Education, The Heilig Foundation and the Cooperstown PTA. Special thanks also to Mary & John Tedesco for opening their home to house our circus guests during their visit with us in Cooperstown. For further information about the Circus Project at CCS, please contact Bud Lippitt at email@example.com.
2019 CCS 3rd Grade Circus
Cooperstown Central School District
Friday, May 10, 2019