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NCEMS K-2 Lyrics and Literacy Night

By: Henriette Yemba and Kaylee Finney

December 20, 2018

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    The Nemaha Central kindergarten through second grade hosted a Lyrics and Literacy Night on Monday, December 10, at the NCEMS Gymnasium. The K-2 Lyrics & Literacy program was held by Mrs. Chelsey Haverkamp and Mrs. Angie Bass.

    The night started off with the kindergarten class singing “Feliz Navidad,” “A Hat For my Snowman,” “If I were a Reindeer,” and “Santa’s Getting Fit for Christmas.” The students had a fun and amazing time singing their Christmas songs. After the kindergartners were done with their music, they went to their classrooms with their parents and showed them an Elf Application and a creative writing piece; "If I were one of Santa’s Elves I would..." 

    "I liked "Santa's Getting Fit for Christmas" song, my mom took really good videos of it," said Graham Lueger.

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    The first-grade program started at 6:30 pm. The students performed the following songs: “Jingle Bells,” “Christmas Card,” “Snow Day,” and “Let’s Build A Gingerbread House.” After their concert, the first-grade students went with their parents and guests to their classrooms to show them a handmade snow globe and a song to remember the seven continents.

    Karmen McClelland said, "It was a very good experience for me and my friends."

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    The second-grade part started at 7 pm. The students sang the following songs: “Let’s All Trim the Tree (Adornemos el arbolito),” “Green Bean Casserole,” “When The Holidays Come,” “We Wish You A Merry Christmas.” On the way to their kids' classes parents stopped and read Santa similes hanging in the hallway written by their children. Overall, students did a wonderful job with the songs and hopefully put all attendees in the holiday spirit!

    "It was a lot of fun," said second-grader Aiden Henry.

 

    

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