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Grandparents Day

What started as an an in-house event in the 1990s on the stage in the OCS gym has evolved into a professional-level, multi-day drama performance featuring OCS first, second, third and fourth grade choruses and fifth-grade actors/singers in a full-length play performed on a real stage at Jack Howard Theatre in Monroe.grandparents through the years
 

In line with the OCS mission, the goal of the Grandparents Day program is always to nurture and grow our students’ God-given talents while encouraging them to shine the light that He placed inside them.

 

Grandparents Day through the Years

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Through community performances and a special Grandparents Day production, each year's play shares a bit of hope in Jesus and gives God all the glory for the opportunity to share His light with the community.

Grandparents Day 2021: “It’s Me? Mario?”


MarioThe 2021 Grandparents Day production goal is to create/produce a movie over two production days with all the lights, cameras, microphones, sound, fog, backdrops and love that a show would feature in any other year. 


Observing COVID Occupancy Limits at Howard Theatre and following CDC and LDH guidelines, the team will complete the 2021 production in recorded segments. So parents and grandparents can feel a part of the production, each segment will be livestreamed/recorded for later viewing.   


Yes! We are performing at the Jack Howard Theater. 

Yes! We will still have all the bells and whistles!

Yes! The production will still cost $8,000 - $10,000. 

Yes!! We have a plan for the school family to help with the production costs through sponsorships. 


Sponsorships: We seek 20 sponsors to purchase $400 30-45 second commercials for their business during our livestream production days and final movie product. We also offer the opportunity to purchase 15-second “family cheers” to show support and love for our little stars.

 

Sponsorship information

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