Christmas concerts were fabulous

Stettler Elementary School was very busy this season with Christmas concerts.
Grade 3, 4 and 5 concerts were on Tuesday, Dec. 8 and Thursday, Dec. 9 under the direction of Miss Hugh.

Stettler Elementary School was very busy this season with Christmas concerts.

Grade 3, 4 and 5 concerts were on Tuesday, Dec. 8 and Thursday, Dec. 9 under the direction of Miss Hugh. The kindergarten concert was on Wednesday, Dec. 9, under the direction of the kindergarten teachers. Our grade 1 and 2 classes performed their Christmas concerts on Tuesday, Dec. 15, and Wednesday, Dec. 16. There was a concert at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Despite the cold weather the concerts were fabulous. These concerts were under the direction of Mrs. Lynes and the grade 1 and 2 teachers.

The Sharebear Playschool held four concerts each featuring one of the four playschool classes under the direction of Mrs. Lynn Potter and the playschool staff.

The Elementary Home and School held bake sales for the evening concerts, which turned out to be another great success. Thanks to all the parents who donated and purchased goodies from the bake sale.

The kindergarten classes celebrated their annual Grinch day on Wednesday, Dec. 16, and dressed up in grinch green.

On Friday, the Elementary School students will be treated to a movie in the gym to wind up the 2009 school year.

Happy holidays to everyone and we will see you in 2010.

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