Alamosa Elementary 3-5 hosted a career fair, bazaar and spring performances on Wednesday, May 9 complete with face painting, potato sack races, bicycle rides, sidewalk chalk and more. Organized by AES Counselor Wendi Wiedeman, the event was also an opportunity for the students to learn about various careers, as well as hear from local emergency responders.
Above, fifth grade students in Emily Langley’s class perform with ball drums to the beat of “I Gotta Feeling.” The drum aerobic dance addresses students’ physical, emotional and intellectual needs, making fitness fun and engaging.
Fifth grader Darius Ramirez shows off her skills with not just one, but two hula hoops, complete with her homemade sombrero atop her head. The sombrero project was part of Wednesday’s event as well.
Fifth grader Stephen Evans smiles for the camera while taking part in the petting zoo sponsored by Alamosa High School FFA.