NDI New Mexico Celebrates Its Sixteenth Year in Roswell with Think! A Math-Magical Journey

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NDI New Mexico Celebrates Its Sixteenth Year in Roswell

with Think! A Math-Magical Journey

Roswell, NM – NDI New Mexico returns to Roswell, NM for another year of teaching children excellence! From December 2 to 6, approximately 91 fourth-grade students from Nancy Lopez Elementary and Missouri Avenue Elementary are preparing to perform in NDI New Mexico’s Think! A Math-Magical Journey. This is NDI New Mexico’s sixteenth year in Roswell. Led by NDI New Mexico’s Residency Artistic Associate, Shane Montoya, the curriculum of the one-week residency encourages healthy attitudes, self-discipline, and creativity – and provides students with an opportunity to perform in front of their peers and community.

This year, NDI New Mexico presents Think! A Math-Magical Journey – sharing a creative and fun take on math with children in Roswell. The show and supporting curriculum will help students and classroom teachers make content connections between what they learn in the classroom to the concepts that students will be dancing about in their performances.

The Roswell Residency is part of NDI New Mexico’s statewide Outreach Program, which places a certified instructor and professional pianist in classes in 118 schools throughout New Mexico as part of their curriculum. NDI New Mexico also trains classroom teachers to get students up and moving and incorporates kinesthetic techniques into language arts and math core curricula. All NDI New Mexico programs are character-building and use dance to teach an important life lesson – that working hard, doing your best, never giving up, and living a healthy life equals success. 

The performance will be presented on Friday, December 6 at 12:15 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. at Pueblo Auditorium, 300 N Kentucky Avenue, Roswell, NM 88201. Admission is free! Images are Available Upon Request.

About NDI New Mexico
NDI New Mexico is founded with the knowledge that the arts have a unique power to engage and motivate children. The purpose of our distinctive programs is to help children develop discipline, a standard of excellence, and a belief in themselves that will carry over into all aspects of their lives. In 2019-2020, NDI New Mexico’s programs will reach close to 8,400 children and nearly 82,800 audience members statewide. NDI New Mexico’s programs teach the Core Four values, encouraging children to work hard, do their best, never give up, and be healthy. For more information call 505-557-6047, or visit www.ndi-nm.org.


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