Students at Fontana schools enjoyed two hours of entertaining music and received lots of free items during special events this week.

High School Nation, a traveling music and arts festival, made stops at Summit High School on March 25 and Fontana High School on March 26, rewarding students who are succeeding academically with an afternoon of fun in the sun.

The event was headlined by a concert by the Plain White T's, a rock band which energized the students with the smash single "Hey There Delilah."

Also thrilling the crowd on the main stage were Kerri Medders, MYA, MorgXn, Go Go Gadjet, and Crimson Apple, along with other performers on a second stage.

At Fohi, students had a chance to learn some new dance moves, play games with Hula Hoops, and get free clothes.

The annual High School Nation tour aims to bring positive music and arts to schools. It offers a music zone where students can learn how to play the drums/guitar/DJ equipment, along with a style zone where students can design their own shirts. Each school also receives a free music studio.

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Wow, I hope students loved it, it is great when school and colleges care about their students and made some events besides classes. We often had something like that at school, but remember one time I forgot about my deadline and I had to write my paper but not go to the event. My friend told me about this service, and that he uses it when he needs to make homework faster. I read their free essay examples about Beowulf, wrote my own and went to the event with all my friends.

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