TKA Holds First Daddy Daughter Dance for the Elementary Students

Shay Salazar (4th grade) with her father Jose Salazar

(West Palm Beach, FL) – More than 300 dads and daughters attended The King’s Academy’s inaugural Daddy Daughter Dance for King’s junior kindergarten to sixth-grade elementary students.

The Loveland Center was transformed into a special place that was beautifully decorated with towers of pink and gold balloons. Fathers and their daughters created wonderful memories by taking photos in the photo booth, creating delicious ice cream sundaes, laughing and dancing the night away.

TKA’s Elementary Principal Adam Miller added, “The Daddy Daughter Dance was a very sweet event. It was touching to see so many dads with their little girls. Our prayer is that the fathers will be Godly examples for their daughters.”

Bonnie Kay Basinger (2nd grade) with her father John Basinger

The Daddy Daughter Dance was met with such excitement that the event will be held annually.

Fourth grade student Elliana Nabhan said, “I didn’t want the night to end.”

The King’s Academy is a National Blue Ribbon School for Excellence in Education. The private Christian school serves approximately 1,500 students from preschool through twelfth grade and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the Association of Christian Schools International, and the Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools. The King’s Academy serves students and their families across Palm Beach County at its main campus at Belvedere Road and Sansbury’s Way in West Palm Beach and its satellite preschool campuses in Greenacres, Loxahatchee/Wellington, Palm Beach Gardens, Boynton Beach, and Royal Palm Beach. More information about The King’s Academy is available online at http://www.TKA.net.

Liana Rodila (6th grade) and Lilly Rodila (4th grade) with their father Raul Rodila

Selia Barnes (5th grade) and Emri Barnes (1st Grade) with their father Edrick Barnes