Mrs. Crosby’s Language Arts class put on a spirited performance of Macbeth on March 12 in the Auditorium for all students, parents, and teachers who could get away at 3rd period. The 6th and 7th-graders had carefully selected scenes to tell the story and transition smoothly. We saw it all: the witches’ eerie prophecies, Lady Macbeth’s goading, Banquo’s ghost flapping around and Macbeth’s descent into madness and death. Props included a giant hunk of dry ice and branches of cedar. “I think they showed that they understood the play very well,” said Mrs. Crosby. Good job, Language Arts!