Norwell dance benefits school”™s sponsored child

Dresses, ties, ribbons and strings. Heels, flats and all kind of things. Black and red, purple and white, all of these are super nice. If you guessed that it was semi night you would be right!

Looking back to Feb. 25, Norwell DSS hosted the second semi-formal dance of the year to help raise money for Norwell’s sponsored child. The dance, run by student council, was a great success.  

About 120 students participated. They thanked all of the teachers and other supervisors who took their time to make this an amazing event. In total $105 was raised for the school’s  sponsored child Snethemba Danisa from Randburg, South Africa. She is 14 years old and her birthday is May 17, 2001. She is sponsored through World Vision.

Some students were asked what they thought about the dance and where they would like to see improvement.

Avary Schiestel said, “It was an absolute blast and the first time in years a spring dance was successful! A next step might be making it seem more appealing to students, since the numbers were lower at this dance than usual.”

Calysta Kaye said, “Dancing is my thing so coming to semi is something I always try to do. The DJ was great but if I could change one thing, I would love to have more of our song requests played.”

Students are hoping the concept of having two semi-formal dances can continue.