At Clairbourn's annual Thanksgiving Assembly, each grade has an opportunity to perform poems or songs that reflect the spirit of the holiday. Last year, middle school students, under the direction of teacher Cara Barker, created a show-stopping choral number that became the talk of the campus.
Clairbourn's school community was treated to an unforgettable 1920s-style production of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night performed by Clairbourn 6th-8th grade students. The production featured a variety of humorous antics, stage fighting, great costumes, original music and stand-out performances.
Students from Preschool through Grade 5 attended a warm, and literally fuzzy, Winnie The Pooh play put on by Clairbourn middle school students who signed up for the elective. Drama teacher Paul Barker authored and directed the show, and the concept was inspired by A. A. Milne's characters from the Winnie the Pooh series.