Midwest School Shows: Top Rated School Assemblies

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Address: Rochester, Michigan 48308
Phone Number: (586)913-3036
Director: Brandy Linn

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Midwest School Shows: Top Rated School Assemblies
Midwest School Shows: Top Rated School Assemblies
Midwest School Shows: Top Rated School Assemblies
Midwest School Shows: Top Rated School Assemblies

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Additional Information

Grade Levels: Pre-K, K-5, 6-8
Length: Programs run 40-45 minutes.

Programs visit all of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois.

Pricing: Varies by Program. Discounts available for multiple bookings.

Hands-on Science and Art workshops are available for STEM/ STEAM in-school events and family nights in Michigan and Ohio.

Residencies: n/a
Setup: 30-45 Minutes (depending on the program)
Takedown: 20-30 minutes
Equipment: Midwest School Show come to your school will all the equipment they need to put on an amazing program for your students.
Special Requirements: Most programs require an indoor performance space (Gym, Cafeteria, Etc). Some of our music assembly programs can be presented outdoors.

10 Most Popular Michigan School Assemblies:


High energy fun that goes hand-in-hand with your school's character education, PBIS, and social-emotional programs

The "Super U! Challenge" has been Midwest School Shows' most requested program for 12 years in a row. It is no surprise, since this one-of-a-kind assembly program is designed to get students from K-6 grades actively involved and keep them entertained, while they learn important lessons about Respect, Kindness, Personal Responsibility, Trust, and more. A powerful and energetic way to kick-off the school year or give students an encouraging boost during the school year. More program info.


More than an author visit, The Magic of Stories is a reading adventure for young audiences.

Michigan children's author, Lady Sarah, has put together a special reading school assembly program to show elementary students that everyone has the magic in them to create amazing stories. A popular program for March's reading month, but also a engaging and entertaining presentation for Title 1 reading night events, school reading challenges, and more. Read more about this reading assembly.


Students from K-6 can learn what it takes to help make their school community inclusive and fun for everyone

Students will walk away from "Let's Be Inclusive" with better understanding of empathy, kindness, and what it takes to create an inclusive community. This engaging presentation includes lively original songs with lyrics that deliver important messages and will fill your halls with the joy of music. Acclaimed musician, Joe Reilly, keeps the audience engaged with fun particpation and interaction. "Let's Be Inclusive" assembly information.


Science is amazing, and Science or Magic proves it

Looking for STEM assembly program that will amaze your students and give the a better understanding of some Scientific principles? Packed with awesome "YouTube style" Science demonstrations and the opportunity for the audience to participate in the fun, this Michigan science assembly is a guaranteed "hit" for elementary and middle school audiences.


Sometimes it is just good to laugh together as a school community.

Part magic show, part comedy show, "Cool Tricks and Funny Stuff" is packed with things to keep students laughing and amazed. For over 15 years, this magic show has been a hit a PTA / PTO family nights, back-to-school celebrations and as special in-school "reward" assemblies. This Michigan magician has been featured at events for Disney, Hersheypark, Cedar Point, The Detroit Zoo and more, so you can be confident that you are bringing quality fun with comedy that is APPROPRIATE for school!


A bully-free school starts with students making positive choices - Upstanders Rock shows them how.

"Upstanders Rock" is about focusing on the POSITIVE impact that students can make by working together to prevent bullying behavior. Through interactive skits, games, and audience participation, the audience works together as one school community to ensure a safe and fun school year for all. Be sure to check out the video.


Nothing generates more excitement in a school than a visit from some amazing live animals.

Midwest School Shows has several diffferent live animal programs that travel to Michigan elementary schools. These programs tie into Science and environmental curriculum. All live animal presentations are presented by a former zookeeper from The Detroit Zoo and are designed to be educational and entertaining, while always putting a priority on the health and safety of the animals and audience. More program information.


An assembly performance that ties into classroom reading and language skills curriculum

Readers Are Leaders is #8 on our list, but it has been #1 for Michigan and Ohio Title 1 Family Night reading programs for over 10 years. It is also a can't miss choice for March reading month celebrations and Right to Read week assemblies. Get details about booking this Michigan Reading Assembly Show at your school this year.


A feel-good music concert with empowering and uplifiting messages about respect, unity, kindness and giving your best

"Cool To Be Kind" is a celebration of kindness, good vibes, and school spirit that will motivate and inspire students long after the show is over. This 45-minute program features original songs with motivating lyrics and opportunites for students to share their own insights on kindness and responsibility. A great tie-in with your school's social emotional programming and as an opportunity to bring students together in celebration of community. Limited availability in Michigan, so we recommend booking this popular program early! Read more

#10 Halloween Harvest Magic Show

The perfect addition to your school's Fall Harvest festival or Halloween event

The Halloween Harvest Magic Show is magic, comedy and audience participation all themed around Fall and Halloween. This show includes special backdrops and stage props to help bring the magic of Fall into your school. This show is all about fun and festivity - there is nothing spooky, scary or inappropriate for a school audience.

Mission Statement:

To provide school age audiences with unique performing arts experiences that are based around educational and character development messages.

Program History:

Midwest School Shows has been producing quality educational and entertaining programs for schools and community events since 2005.

Testimonials: Midwest School Shows has worked with over 1350 schools and community events across Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. Here are just a few things that principals, PTO/PTA parents, and teachers have to say about our school assemblies: "Just wanted to let you know that Innovation Station was awesome! The kids really enjoyed it! I loved that kids from PreK-7th grade were all engaged." - Park Campus, CCSD46 - Illinois "I would like to thank Midwest School Shows for the outstanding performance of "Upstanders Rock". The presenter was very energetic and kept the kids engaged at all grade levels. He presented the serious topic of bullying in a fun and creative way that our staff and students appreciated." -Marlette Community Schools - Michigan "We just got done with the "Let's Be Inclusive Assembly", and WE LOVED IT!. All our teachers were so impressed and the kids had a blast. We would definitely have the program back, and would recommend it to anyone." -Summerfield Elementary PTO - Michigan "I don't think I have seen a better assembly" (Science or Magic) -Success Mile Academy - Warren, Michigan "I just wanted to thank you for offering the amazing assembly. Breaking it into age / grade groups made such a difference for us and Jason was Great. He was fun, personable, and energetic. Really can’t say enough about the whole package." (Super U! Challenge) -Grace Lutheran School - St. Joseph, Michigan "Working with Midwest School Shows has been a great experience. Brandy was very helpful in guiding us in choosing the right program. The Super U Challenge show was age appropriate and Chris did a phenomenal job of keeping everyone's attention. The best part of the show was how they never lost sight of the message of building character. I look forward to working with Midwest School Shows in years to come." -Ft. Loramie Local Schools - Ohio "Recently my students were treated to the Upstanders Rock assembly. I was impressed with both the presentation and content of this bullying prevention presentation. Students were engaged and entertained. The presenter was very good at keeping students' interest. He used student volunteer throughout the assembly, and so many hands were in the air as students were eager to participate. I would definitely recommend this program to other schools. The message was great and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves". -West School - Newcomerstown, Ohio We also encourage you to check out our Facebook Page and follow us on Twitterto see more photos and feedback from schools.
Additional Information:

Midwest School Shows has over 30 professional school assembly programs available to your school this school year. See the full list of programs at their web site.

If you are working with a school assembly planning committee, you can download a FREE assembly planning catalog that highlights all 30+ school assemblies available. This catalog can be easily emailed and printed.

Scheduling a program is easy. Complete a request on our website for the program(s) you are interested in, or give our office a call at (586)913-3036 to find out availability and fees. To get the best choice of dates, we recommend planning your assembly program at least 3-6 months in advance. Popular dates during the start of the school year, before breaks, and around holidays book up very quickly.