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NCES Holds Concert Filled With Holiday Cheer

By: Lilly Schultejans

Kaylee Finney, Owen Carpenter, & Trista Peterson

December 06, 2017

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    The kindergarten, first, and second grade at NCMS held a Lyrics and Literacy concert filled with holiday cheer on Monday, November 27. The music teacher, Mrs. Chelsey Haverkamp and the Spanish teacher, Mrs. Angie Bass planned and organized the event. The young students sang Christmas songs and showed their parents some of their artwork and activities that had taken place in the classroom.  

    At 6:00 the kindergarten students came into the gym dressed in costumes to spread the holiday spirit. The kindergartners wore troll hair and sang songs such as the “Reindeer Hokey Pokey.” Their Spanish song was “Buenos Dias a Todo Aqui,” which translated into English is “Good Morning Everyone Here.”  After the kindergarten finished singing, their family went to their classrooms to view their artwork and see a few activities that they were working on.  The kindergartners made elves and filled out an application to become an elf.

    Kindergartner, Pagan Davis said, “I liked that we got to put troll hair on and do the hokey pokey.”

    The first grade arrived next in outfits to look like Santa and reindeer. They started off their performance with Jingle Bell Rock. Their Spanish song was “The Classroom," which in Spanish is “La Clase.” Students and parents then made their way to the classrooms for the literacy part, which was seeing what the students had been working on lately. The first grade did a snow globe project based on the book Snowmen at Night.  They also made a quilt art project inspired by Twas the Night Before Christmas.

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    The second grade were the last to arrive and they finished off the concert with a couple of songs. The first song was “Welcome Christmas.” Their Spanish song was a “Pinta in a Pine Tree," which was a great finale for the concert.

    After the concert, students took their family members to their classrooms to showcase their schoolwork. The second-grade students had written poems using similes about themselves.

    “I liked that we got to make a video and sing songs to our parents,” said second grader, Cole Ranieri.

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