Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper
Thursday, July 19, 2018 5:55 am

Hilario Morales

Photo Staff

Galleries (3) Annual Bethesda Outdoor Movie Series

Pictures (33)

Senior co-captain Kayla McCaw received the 2nd place Captain's Award
 Blair swim & dive seniors enjoyed a win against Sherwood for their last team meet.
Despite construction delays, the Costco is still on track to open next year.
A new Chipotle is scheduled to open in Wheaton in 2013.
Junior Maggie McClain takes a free throw. McClain scored 22 in the Blazer loss.
Senior Melissa Romero takes a jump shot against B-CC.
Fine arts teacher Kelly Crowder will coach the varsity swim and dive team this year.
Senior Martina Atabong and other students participate in the training.
Anti-Defamation League facilitators came to Blair to lead the diversity workshop training.
A pine cone sheds its seeds in the cold air as it falls  to the ground.
William Currence, testing coordinator for Blair, holds a Practice SAT guide.
Flyers in Blair hallways announce auditions for upcoming plays and one-acts.
Sometimes student Karen Tituana forgets that certain doors at school lock automatically like the one at the end of Montgomery Hallway.
Mr. Boatman has been promoted and is our new Cluster Security Coordinator. Blazer's are giving a warm welcome to our new head of security, Ms. Greene!
Formally known as Ms. Ross, this Blair counselor has gotten married!
Mr. Pham used to be a student teacher for Ms. Costello, he is now teaching Geometry this year.
 A gleam of light reflects from the screen onto the audience as they watch the outdoor movie.
A Bethesda Urban Partnership worker operates the projector.
A family brings their stroller to watch the outdoor movie; this is convenient because of the limited provided seats available.
 A couple watch the movie.
Many people stand around and watch the movie. Sign displays movie dates.
Many people brought their lawn chairs to the movie sight because there weren't many provided seats.
Viewers are captivated by the film's protagonist.
Police cars and Trucks block off the road to create a safe viewing area.
An impromptu outdoor art gallery graces the mall, highlighting the the work of talented locals.
The fireworks display continues.
People take in the sights and smells of the mall this lively independence day, as clouds finally provide much needed relief from the heat of the day.
Families enjoy the fireworks together.
The spectacle of the night unfolds as seen here behind one of our nations most famous emblems.
Anticipation rises as the sun sets brilliantly behind the monument.
Spectators brave near triple digit heat in late afternoon to secure a spot for the light show to come.
A performer juggles on the lawn with the monument in the distance. Despite the sweltering heat, vendors and entertainers alike line the mall with tents and carts.
The spectacular display fades into the night after its grand finale and the monuments return to prominence brightly lit against a smokey black sky.