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Students and Faculty in the News (11/14/19)
* The Park Tudor Pep Band performed on “The Zone” on WISH-TV - a show recapping high school football highlights - on Friday, November 8. Click here to watch their performance.
* Lower School music teacher Jennifer Nie will be performing in the opera chorus of Indianapolis Opera's production of "L'Elisir D'Amore" (The Elixir of Love) by Gaetano Donizetti. The production will be held at Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre on Friday, Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. More information and tickets are available here.
* Upper School ceramics teacher Marlina Koonce and Lower School art teacher Tracey Petrov presented their Create-A-Creature collaborative lesson plan this past weekend at the Art Education Association of Indiana Conference at Vincennes University. Marlina and Tracey shared their lesson plan that inspires first grade students to create drawings of creatures that are then sculpted from clay by the US ceramics students. Conference workshop participants experienced a mini version of the lesson, enjoying the challenge of using air-dry clay to try to figure out how they would approach making creature sculptures from each other's drawings. The current round of creatures created by first grade and US ceramics students will be on display after Thanksgiving break in the ceramics display case located next to the Studio Theater FA065. 
* Brian Zhu and Varun Chheda placed 3rd in the advanced division at the IUPUI computer science contest last Friday. This contest involved students working in teams of two to solve as many problems as possible within the contest timeframe. Additional Park Tudor students who participated include: Adelaide Benoit, Jenny Cai, Channing Christian, Pravir Chugh, James Haywood, Arjun Kubal, Nicole Lueck, Nandini Mathavan, Ian Minor, and Vanessa Xiao. After the contest, IUPUI computer science students talked about their experiences in the field and offered advice for success. Congratulations to our students for their participation and accomplishments at this event!