Guam - For the first time in years students at Agueda Johnston Middle School graced their courtyard stage. Principal James Petite says Gino's and the Department of Education Maintenance Division worked over the Easter Break to refurbish the stage's rusted roof and wood.

"These kids have many talents as you saw earlier when these nice Natibu dancers were dancing. This is what I want - to showcase to the community with our students. That they're very talented and this is where we're going to do it," he said.

Students rounded out Chamorro Month festivities with performances on the stage Friday morning.