The best way to think about school assemblies is to put yourself in the children’s shoes. Do you want to see a frisbee show? Would you want puppets or magicians to come and tell you to make good choices while faking voices? Or would you rather be thrilled while being told to make friends, stay safe, and have as much fun as you can in life? Our school shows have been off the charts lately and the wonderful staff and students of Adler Park School in Libertyville Il got a chance to see the best school assembly in the midwest.
With a downhill runway, and fearlessness, Dan Setmeyer threw down and got quite a few people excited for what BMX has to offer for fun. This tabletop is just the tip of the iceburg in the deep bag of tricks he brings to the table.
Joe Weevle from Joliet brings some concrete flatland to an already impressive Division Stunt Team performance. His slow style and amazing consistency really reaches children that maybe don’t want to fly through the air. More importantly, he is a true freestyler and helps the kids learn that it isn’t what you do, but how you do it!
Another Joel session where he actually is gaining speed as he is going downhill. Hitch hiker with shoes that match his grips. Thats half the trick right there!
Of course Jake comes through with a flair on the spine. He has been consistently up side down in every show this year and from this angle, you kind of wonder where he is going. Show stopper for sure!
Dan has been on a rampage of doing new tricks whenever possible. He does this weird bike flip and then ninja drops into the landing. He sure makes riding bikes look fun!
Jake’s no handers have really come a long way. Over spines, over box jumps, it truly doesn’t matter. With extension like this it really makes one wonder how he gets his hands back on the handle bars. Yet he does every time. Amazing work Jake! Thanks again to Adler Elementary for having us!