Kindergarteners get to be movie stars
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman .Christin, Gabi and Joe Sferra attend Pitch Perfect on Sept. 30 at St. Charles School.
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman .Steven, Genie and Ashley Aubel enjoyed the Pitch Perfect premiere Sept. 30 at St. Charles School.
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman .Jennifer and Gabriella Deuley celebrated the Pitch Perfect premiere Sept. 30 at St. Charles School.
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman .Eric and Jennifer Gaal participated in the Pitch Perfect premiere Sept. 30 at St. Charles School.
By ADRIENNE CRISSMAN
Kindergarten students in Patricia Bartholomew’s at St. Charles School class were movie stars for a day Sept. 30 at the Pitch Perfect Premiere.
Bartholomew explained the purpose of the event.
“The Home and School Association purchased iPads for the teachers so I decided to make a movie with the students,” said Bartholomew.
“It was my first experiment making a video with the iPad. We then invited the parents to our low budget film premiere.”
The premise of the movie was that all of the students were movie stars, but something goes wrong during the day, like a broken arm or a bad hair day.
The students sang a song that reminded them to not let the bad things ruin their day.
The movie came to a close with a surprise ending, during which the students said it didn’t matter if they messed up, “mom and dad will like the picture anyway.”