Each spring for the last three years our students have participated in a Redskin Showcase. Teachers guide students in the type of projects they create and students work and collaborate with parents to actually create them. This has culminated in an evening of exhibits and performances the community has been able to attend. This year, due to Covid-19, we were unable to have our in-person showcase. It looked as though the Redskin Showcase would not happen, but the MRC staff wasn't going to settle. The staff worked with parents and student online, through text, and phone to relay the information for the projects. What we received back was amazing. We had pictures, how-to videos, slideshows, students dressed as historical figures and dioramas. We also had students create things out of trash, complete science experiments and dress as a community helper. Our preschool even got in the action and sent pictures with their assigned letters. Our sixth grade even completed research about the coronavirus and made models. It was great to see our students be so flexible and creative during a trying time. If you didn't get a chance to see the photos and videos, be sure to check them out on our Facebook page. As always, our students make us Proud to be a Redskin!!!