Monday 01 September 2014

Presbyterian School Choirs Perform at Texans Game

Presbyterian Middle School Choirs served as the inaugural group to sing with the pep band prior to kickoff at Texans home games. Students kicked off this new initiative for the Texans on Sept. 30 in the home game against the Tennessee Titans.

The Presbyterian Middle School Choirs take center field at Reliant Stadium at the Texans home game against the Tennessee Titans.

Three Presbyterian Middle School Choirs including 5th and 6th on Main, Main Men and Main Street Singers, under the direction of Director of Fine Arts, Courtney Daniell-Knapp, Middle School Music Teacher, Susan Howard and Lower School Music Teacher, Laurie Robertson, came together to sing “Texas, Our Texas” with the Texans Pep Band.  More than 80 students walked onto the field at Reliant Stadium with pride to sing the state song setting the stage for the Texans’ fourth victory of the year.

Located in Houston’s vibrant Museum District, Presbyterian School is an independent day school currently enrolling over 500 children from 3 years old through 8th grade.  Presbyterian School empowers skilled teachers who take the time to know, understand and appropriately challenge each child within an integrated, experience based, and Christ centered community environment.  The school’s core curriculum is enhanced by specialists in Art, Chapel, Library, Music, Science, Spanish, Technology, Athletics and Physical Education and enriched by neighborhood resources, community events, character education, service learning, after school enrichment and parent education.  The school is accredited by ISAS. For more information on Presbyterian School, visit the school’s website at www.pshouston.org or call 713-620-6365.

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