St. Joseph Catholic School students broke out their best dance, hula hoop, and double dribble moves during an all-grades talent show on Tuesday.
The show included several singing, gymnastic and dance numbers, as well as piano, violin and ukulele solos.
There were several group performances, as well, including a recorder performance by the fourth and fifth graders, a rosary cheer from the second graders, and a tour of the states and capitals with the fourth grade class.
Max Powers and his older brother Steven Powers played a duet on a marimba, which was 250 pounds and the reason why the talent show was held on the first floor instead of the gymnasium this year.
The show ended with all the students singing "They'll Know We Are Christians," "God Bless America" and reciting the school song.