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Elementary Christmas Program

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Every year the elementary school puts on a Christmas concert. This year’s concert took place on Thursday, December 14th. The concert was held in the high school auditorium and included grades K-6. The first to perform was the sixth grade band followed by the chorus, and the program ended with the sixth grade performance.

Sophomore Madison Kovach said, “I performed each year in the Christmas program and it was always something I looked forward too. Ever since I have watched my younger brother JJ perform and now I get to watch my little sister Grace perform as well. I appreciate the time the teachers take out of their days to help put this together, listening to the kids sing and dance always bring joy to my heart.”

Some of the songs performed were, Ring Those Bells, All I Want For Christmas is My Two Front Teeth, Holly Jolly Christmas, Getting Away For Christmas, A Candy Cane Christmas. But, singing is not the only thing the students did for the crowd! Many students were given a speaking part that went along with the theme.

“I always loved having the attention on me when I received a speaking part, even though I was nervous out of my mind for it. Every time I got one I can remember sitting in my room almost every night saying it over and over and over again. My worst fear during the concert was messing up,” said sophomore Jessie Wei. “I also used to love singing the songs, so I’m glad they’re still doing it. It turned out great

Many thanks to the elementary teachers and staff, administration and Jordan Jento and DL Garrett for controlling the lights and mics!

About the Writer
Madison Kovach, Editor-in-chief

Madison Kovach is a junior and a third year Journalism student.

Kovach is a member of the school’s Book Club, Drama Club, and participates in Big Brothers Big Sisters. She show’s her horse Cheyanne at local shows and is currently training her other horse for gaming. She is in the 4-H Rabbit Club and Horse and Pony Club. She shows and sells her rabbit meat pens at Jacktown and shows her other rabbits at the Greene and Washington Fairs.

Kovach’s hobbies include reading, hanging out with her boyfriend, and she also enjoys working with her animals for 4-H.

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