Teachers have talent at Londonderry High


By APRIL GUILMET
Union Leader Correspondent |
January 31. 2013 10:29PM

LHS math teacher Scott Milne and English teacher Amity Ferraro rock out to Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" during Thursday night's Teacher Talent Show. Proceeds from the show will benefit the school's math team. (APRIL GUILMET/Union Leader Correspondent)







No doubt about it, the staff at Londonderry High School are a talented bunch. Those talents were showcased Thursday evening, when some of the school's most beloved educators took to the stage for the fourth annual Teacher Talent Show.


The evening featured songs, dances and skits by a dozen teachers, as well as raffles, games and entertainment by Rising Harmony, an a cappella singing group consisting of juniors Cailey Blatchford, Erin Conti, Steph Conti and Rachel Hanson.

Proceeds from ticket sales will be used to assist the school's award-winning math team in various upcoming activities. New to this year's event was an art exhibit showcasing paintings, drawings, photographs and crafts done by staff members.


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