Oz comes to Holmes


Students at Holmes Elementary recently enjoyed an in-school field trip made possible by the Wilmington Schools Foundation. Each year staff at Wilmington City Schools get the opportunity to write grants for creative and impactful ideas for classrooms and for the educational environment of students, faculty and staff.	The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati returned for the third consecutive year to dazzle the Holmes students with their show, “Dorothy in Oz”, a twist on the original tale. Dorothy helped her new friends unlock their hidden potential as she searched for home. The crew set up in the gym and performed two shows for all the Holmes students. The kids really enjoyed the presentation.

Students at Holmes Elementary recently enjoyed an in-school field trip made possible by the Wilmington Schools Foundation. Each year staff at Wilmington City Schools get the opportunity to write grants for creative and impactful ideas for classrooms and for the educational environment of students, faculty and staff. The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati returned for the third consecutive year to dazzle the Holmes students with their show, “Dorothy in Oz”, a twist on the original tale. Dorothy helped her new friends unlock their hidden potential as she searched for home. The crew set up in the gym and performed two shows for all the Holmes students. The kids really enjoyed the presentation.


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Students at Holmes Elementary recently enjoyed an in-school field trip made possible by the Wilmington Schools Foundation. Each year staff at Wilmington City Schools get the opportunity to write grants for creative and impactful ideas for classrooms and for the educational environment of students, faculty and staff. The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati returned for the third consecutive year to dazzle the Holmes students with their show, “Dorothy in Oz”, a twist on the original tale. Dorothy helped her new friends unlock their hidden potential as she searched for home. The crew set up in the gym and performed two shows for all the Holmes students. The kids really enjoyed the presentation.

Students at Holmes Elementary recently enjoyed an in-school field trip made possible by the Wilmington Schools Foundation. Each year staff at Wilmington City Schools get the opportunity to write grants for creative and impactful ideas for classrooms and for the educational environment of students, faculty and staff. The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati returned for the third consecutive year to dazzle the Holmes students with their show, “Dorothy in Oz”, a twist on the original tale. Dorothy helped her new friends unlock their hidden potential as she searched for home. The crew set up in the gym and performed two shows for all the Holmes students. The kids really enjoyed the presentation.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/11/web1_hollins-4.jpgStudents at Holmes Elementary recently enjoyed an in-school field trip made possible by the Wilmington Schools Foundation. Each year staff at Wilmington City Schools get the opportunity to write grants for creative and impactful ideas for classrooms and for the educational environment of students, faculty and staff. The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati returned for the third consecutive year to dazzle the Holmes students with their show, “Dorothy in Oz”, a twist on the original tale. Dorothy helped her new friends unlock their hidden potential as she searched for home. The crew set up in the gym and performed two shows for all the Holmes students. The kids really enjoyed the presentation. Courtesy photo