Students entertain in style

Twas The Night Before Christmas was performed by Mrs. Jackson’s and Ms. Limpert’s Grade 1 classes

Music was in the air last week as Stettler Elementary School students staged multiple Christmas concerts.

Twas The Night Before Christmas was performed by Mrs. Jackson’s and Ms. Limpert’s Grade 1 classes and Mrs. Boyd-Stadelmann’s and Mrs. Hunter’s Grade 2 classes. What an amazing job!

The great concert featured great variety, including singing, dancing and instruments. The candle-lit song was especially touching.

All of the grades 1 and 2 classes performed their concerts this week and did a fabulous job.

Thanks to the teachers and to Mrs. Lynes for all of her hard work in producing such an entertaining Christmas show.

Congratulations to the students for their wonderful performance.

Thanks to the parents who arranged and supported the bake sale, and Mrs. Rahn for coordinating it.

Stettler Elementary School students and families have generously donated to our local food bank.

On behalf of the Stettler Elementary School staff, we would like to wish all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We hope all enjoy the time with your families. We will see you back in school Jan. 7.

Cute quote of the week: A teacher asked all of her students what they wanted for Christmas. “A remote control helicopter,” said one boy. “An iPod touch,” said another boy. “I want a beautiful Barbie,” exclaimed a girl. “And what about you?” asked the teacher. “All I want is for a happy Christmas,” said the little girl.

Aw, kids say the sweetest things.

Merry Christmas, everyone

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