Middle School Performance and
Mrs. Kate has experience entertaining and motivating Middle School students. Mrs. Kate will design a show that is age-appropriate to help motivate your middle-schoolers. From Character-Building to Environmental Stewardship, Healthy Lifestyle Choices and Stamp-Out Bullying, Mrs. Kate has a powerful message presented in an interactive way. When Mrs. Kate performs for grades 6-8, the audience is a part of the show. Kids come up on stage and help with sound effects, song signs, and musical instruments. Mrs. Kate emphasizes respect for others, kind and civil behavior, and personal responsibility. Spiritual themes are also available for faith-based schools.
Letters of Recommendation
FROM HIGHLANDS MIDDLE SCHOOL IN JACKSONVILLE, FL
"If you are looking for someone that is energetic, exciting, and enthusiastic with children, then Kate Carpenter is the one. Kate performed at my arts festival last spring, and she absolutely mesmerized the audience with her singing and stories. I plan on inviting Kate back to my arts festival next spring. I hope she can attend, because the festival would not be the same without her."
Barbara Craig, Middle School Teacher
FROM GLORIA DEI LUTHERAN ACADEMY IN DAVIE, FL
"Her songs for Middle School were age-appropriate and poignant. Kate actively involved the students in her performance, and they mentioned they would like to me to invite her to return. I wholeheartedly endorse Kate Carpenter's Middle School show."
Robert Sanger, Principal, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
A STUDENT'S PERSPECTIVE
"I liked the song about 9-11 and the one about growing up too soon. It was my favorite. I also thought the one about the armadillo was funny, too.
Kristen, Age 14, Highlands Middle School, Jacksonville, FL
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