Conservative American parents were terrified in the 1950’s as swing, jazz and blues morphed into rock ‘n roll and teenagers everywhere began showing up at high school gyms dancing with abandon. If Ms. Coleman were alive back then (and she assures us that she was not), she would have donned the bobby-socks and led the youngsters in their revelry! Last week, the Transition Years were busy preparing for their end-of-term production of Grease, which will hit the school hall stage this coming Wednesday at 7:00. The driving beats and soaring vocals could be heard throughout the school as Ms. deBhal drove the boys through their paces, and most teachers and students simply smiled and carried on, perhaps tapping a foot in sympathy… but Ms. Coleman could not contain her inner dancing queen and she quickly slipped on a record from her own youth: ‘September’ by Earth, Wind and Fire. And despite being a bit young to remember disco’s heyday, the Fourth Formers proved to be her worthy partners, making moves and wielding air guitars with abandon! See below as the boys down their books (for a few minutes) and party like it is 1979!