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South Pointe Middle School Renaissance Faire

I love it when my worlds collide. Besides being blessed to be a wedding photographer, I am also a middle school teacher. Tyler, my second photographer and I work at South Pointe Middle School. We got to transport back in time with my camera and capture scenes from the Renaissance.

A parade of seventh graders exited their classrooms to follow a band of musicians to the Faire! There were nobles, peasants, nuns, archers and of course knights.  The school band played authentic pieces from the era and other students preformed Renaissance Dances. Kids were entertained by a falcon show, fortune telling  and even did some jousting.


See all pictures taken at the Renaissance Faire here.

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    South Pointe Renaissance Faire

    There were jesters, monks, nuns, peasants, nobles and royalty. Our kids danced, ate and played. Love it when my two world cross paths. “Blessed to do what I love!” and “Yup, your tax dollars at work!”

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    To see all pictures from this event click HERE

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      South Pointe Middle School Fun Run 2014

      I love it when my worlds collide… teaching and photography. Today at South Pointe Middle School the PE teachers hosted a Fun Run! Kids had about 20 minutes to complete a 1.5 mile course. Teachers armed with water guns, silly string, and confetti were strategically placed along the course. Medals were given to fastest male and female each period. Prizes were also awarded each period for best costume. Lots and lots of tutus:). The band played fight songs. The principal ran in heels!

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        Clarke Jacobs- Scholarship Photo shoot

        Yes…she’s beautiful, but as her mom says, Beauty will fade. If you don’t have a good heart, you have nothing. Clarke Jacobs does. Besides being a talented singer, dancer and actress (yup triple threat), she is also a very high achieving student. Howard University in Washington D.C. is her future. She has been a volunteer for Heart and Soul Community Services and is always ready to return to her former middle school (where I teach) to help the drama program. Turns out… she’s also a model because we shot these pictures at South Pointe in 2 minutes..okay I’m exaggerating.. 2 minutes and 20 seconds.
        Yup… you know I’ll be bragging in the future that I took Clarke Jacobs’ Picture.



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        South Pointe Middle School- September 11th Memorial Service

        Ten years ago my routine Tuesday morning was shattered, as it was for all Americans that September 11th. I watched the second airplane crash into the towers and left for work. I knew that day in my classroom would be different. I was no longer the Spanish and French teacher… I was simply a teacher… A teacher who had to explain to the kids the historic events that were changing our world.
        Lessons of heroism, racism, politics, fanaticism, stereotypes would follow in days and years to come.
        Ten years later, I stood on the roof top of our school and took pictures of children who were four and younger when 9-11 happened. They stood proud to be Americans, honored the fire department for being true heroes, listened to the incredible voice of Ariana Gonzales sing our national anthem and then… around a thousand children and their teachers held a moment of silence.


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        • KatThe pictures turned out great!! I love the picture of Barb, Sue, Jean, and DuJuan!!!ReplyCancel

        • EricaYour students are lucky to have you Jessie.ReplyCancel

        A picture captures a moment in life, a reason to remember, holding the ones we LOVE... FOREVER.. in a Story in Time.

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