The littlest voices at Fairley Elementary School belted out the biggest tunes during recent December concerts in the cafeteria.
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Pre-kindergarten students in the morning and afternoon sessions delighted an audience of parents and family members with a full lineup of music.
Decked out in handcrafted reversible hats that switched from snowmen to gingerbread men, the pre-k students kept the audience entertained throughout the performance.
Under the direction of pre-k teachers Deb Musa and Kim Przychodzen, students danced and sang songs about snow and wintertime, concluding with “Jingle Bells.”