KOCHVILLE TOWNSHIP, MI – How far will kids go to learn life lessons in respect, trust and positive behavior? How much fun can they have learning about those subjects?
The students at North Saginaw Charter Academy, 2332 Trautner in Kochville Township, participated in the Super U! Challenge show, Thursday, Dec. 3.
They put on stretchy Superman underwear. They passed slippery water-filled batons to each other, dropping most of them on the floor. And, in the end, two of them were "slimed."
Chris Lynn of Rochester-based Midwest School Shows put on the interactive show that teaches kids about positive behavior. He had the students take part in fun stunts and activities, culminating with the "sliming."
The performance is structured like well-known children's game shows from television, most notably like the Nickelodeon favorite "Double Dare."
Lynn put on two shows Thursday in the school gymnasium, one for the younger students and one for the middle schoolers.