To the Editors:

Last week, the Wilton High School community celebrated another wonderfully successful Festival of Arts and Languages thanks to the efforts of many students and teachers, and the support of the Wilton High School PTSA. Over the span of a week, there were over 40 events offered that celebrated arts, music, languages and world cultures.

Many of these were produced and led by students, such as a presentation by the Amnesty International Club, a student diversity panel, Poetry in Motion and shows by Freeplay, the student improv comedy group. Several professional groups were also invited to perform including Irish dancers, the Stories of a New America performance group, Brazilian dancers, a Tibetan meditation instructor, Shakespeare on the Sound and workshops and demonstrations by local artists including a Wilton High School graduate.

For over 30 years, the WHS PTSA has been committed to generously contributing funds to make the festival a reality and help enrich the WHS community by extending learning beyond the classroom. A special thanks to the many parent volunteers in PTSA for their help and support throughout the year!
Scott Webster, Rusty Hurd, Sue Brandt and Lauren Kantor
Wilton High School Arts and World Languages Departments
Wilton, March 27