Christmas concerts went smoothly

On Dec. 12, 2014, our Kindergarten classes all had fun on Grinch Day.

SES Students (back-l-r) Cheryl Wonnenberg

Stettler Elementary School News

On Dec. 12, 2014, our Kindergarten classes all had fun on Grinch Day. The kids all wore green and made Grinch faces for their lockers and Grinch masks to wear around the school.

The Kindergarten classes all performed wonderfully in their annual Christmas concert on Wednesday, Dec. 10. The students sang a variety of songs including Silent Night, Reindeer Hokey Pokey, a Reindeer Rap, Jingle Bells And Turn Around, and finished the night off with Frozen’s “Let it go”. The night was enjoyed by all.

All our Grade 3-5 Christmas concerts are now done and our students performed for four sell-out crowds. The students all did an excellent job and we would like to send out a special thank-you and congratulations to Mrs. Kirby who worked many hours practicing and rehearsing with our students to ensure the concerts went off without a hitch.


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