It's midterms week at Farmingdale High School but senior Rebecca Kenjesky and freshman William Herbert graciously donated their free time to work with Northside teacher Nicole Nappi's music classes.
Students had a fantastic time learning about various jobs in musical theater, acting, and how music inspires specific emotions. Northside students even learned about the musical Pippin, where Rebecca and William were the leads this past November. Rebecca and William performed a duet, taught students a song and dance, and signed autographs.
"It's wonderful to have extraordinary Northside alumni come back to show the students what their futures could look like in the performing arts, said music teacher Nicole Nappi. "Thank you, Mr. Febbraro and Dr. Peterson, for allowing me to make this happen!"