Combs High School first week of classes celebrated with paint dance

Combs High School, 2505 E. Germann Road, San Tan Valley, celebrated the beginning of the school year with a color dye dance. This is the second year of the contemporary dance format modeled after the popular paint runs for charity held in many cities.

In keeping with this modern trend, the student council at CHS arranged a special designee to benefit from the funds raised at the dance. One of the benefits of such a project is that everyone who came was able to kick off the new year with positive energy, a safe venue to develop new friendships, and Combs has embarked on a journey to make a positive impact in the community this year according to a press release. All of the students in attendance demonstrated appropriate etiquette and enjoyed the night of dancing with periodic color dye rain while the local deejay cranked out hip beats. Everyone was able to create art visually through fashion design as well as innovative footwork to match the music while giving back to those in need.

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