Students breakdance at Santana High in Rowland Heights
Belly and break dancing aren't usually part of the school day. And guitars rarely form the school band.
Unless you go to Santana Alternative High School in Rowland Heights. There, students have the unique opportunity to take belly dancing for physical education and guitar lessons as an elective.
All of which prompted an unusual performance on May 25, when the kids let loose and entertained the campus during a lunch hour presentation.
"We wanted to offer the students some different classes to increase their interest in school," explained Principal Debi Klotz.
So when teacher Shereen Elcherif suggested belly dancing and music teacher Darlene McGrady wanted to teach guitar, the principal was all for it.
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