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You can’t stop King Street’s beat!
February 16, 2017 at 12:23 a.m.
<p class="Picture">Even though they got tired and “argued” in the middle of the song, that wasn’t enough to stop the beat. The fifth grade girls perform “You Can’t Stop the Beat,” a popular song from the musical “Hairspray.”</p>
<p class="Picture">The fifth grade boys sure know how to rock the stage as they take care of their hot-rod, “Greased Lightning.” </p>
<p class="Picture">Fifth grade soloist Miah Morban can’t forgot those “Summer Nights” she spent holding hands and drinking lemonade with a boy. </p>
<p class="Picture">Soloists Katherine Calloway and Melinda Soler lament how, despite their classmates growing older, they will all be “Friends Forever.” </p>
<p class="Picture">King Street School fifth graders agree that the sound of “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” is really quite atrocious!</p>
<p class="Picture">Soloist Rachael Stover channels her inner Deborah Kerr as she belts out “Getting to Know You,” a song from the musical “The King and I.” Performing with her are students from the third and fourth grade. <span style="font-family: Arial;">Third, fourth and fifth graders in the after school program at King Street School performed “You Can’t Stop the Beat,” a show full of singing and dancing, for their family members on Friday, Feb. 10, thanks to the Port Chester Council for the Arts. Photo story by Casey Watts</span></p>