December 7

Christmas Concert

What a feast for the eyes and ears for those who joined us at our annual Christmas concert at our church. Plenty of families and friends gathered to listen to the well-rehearsed students perform their two songs. There was quite a variety of songs and even some actions and instruments to accompany some of our classes.

Our class shared the stage with 2 other classes to sing Silent Night in English, French, and German. Our second song was Toy Soldier.

Cameras were flashing, smiles were shared, and applause erupted as we closed the evening with our booming voices. Cookies and other treats were graciously offered afterwards to help celebrate our Feast Day and the special occasion of the concert.

Thank you for supporting us and coming to share in our excitement!

A special thank-you to our music teacher, Mr. Morson, for helping to make the night a success.

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Posted December 7, 2016 by MrsS in category Teacher Talk, The Arts

10 thoughts on “Christmas Concert

  1. Elliott and Vanessa

    Hi miss Sullivan we are your students Vanessa and Elliott we think that it is good that you included Mr. Morison in the comment. We like how you included all of the deal tale.

  2. Suzete J

    Avery had a great time at the Christmas concert! Every one did a fantastic job singing Silent Night in English , German and French. Hope that everyone has a wonderful Christmas!
    Avery and family

  3. sarah

    Beautiful concert! The students did a wonderful job and the Christmas spirit was showing through their wonderful smiles!

  4. Adam Geiman

    My name is Mr. Geiman and I am a 4th grade teacher from Lancaster, PA. My students are taking part in the STUBC and we would love to connect with you and your students. I personally am interested in getting to know how you have made so many connections and have so many visitors this month. That is amazing. My goal is for my students to be more globally connected, so I would love to know how you have achieved such a great number of visits. If you want please visit our class blog page and leave us some comments. My students would love it. Perhaps we could connect through a mystery Skype sometime.
    Thank you again.

    1. MrsS (Post author)

      Hi Mr. Geiman,
      Thanks for visiting us! We are so happy to connect with you, too. We’ve been using this blog for a long time now so we’ve acquired many visitors and repeat visitors during that time. It also helps to teach a unit on persuasive writing and post the essays on the blog as there are some very hot topics that keep students leaving lots of comments…even years later on older posts!
      A mystery skype sounds amazing. Let’s plan it after the Christmas break. We come back to school on Jan. 9th.
      I’ve added your class blog to our Blogroll and have shared your blog with our class. Some have even commented!
      Have a great day,
      Mrs. Sullivan


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