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Holiday Carols Sung at Lura Sharp Elementary

PULASKI – Students at Lura M. Sharp Elementary School dressed in their pajamas and enjoyed a morning singing holiday carols with their teachers recently.

Fifth grader Jacob Sampson and Caside Degaetana (kindergarten) accompany “Jingle Bells” at a recent holiday carol singing at Lura M. Sharp Elementary School.
Fifth grader Jacob Sampson and Caside Degaetana (kindergarten) accompany “Jingle Bells” at a recent holiday carol singing at Lura M. Sharp Elementary School.

A few members of the Pulaski Academy and Central Schools staff accompanied the caroling instrumentally with a trio of trumpets, a flute and a piano.

A few of the songs performed were “Away in a Manger,” “Silent Night” and “Joy to the World.”

Perhaps the most popular tune of the morning was “Jingle Bells” for which select students had the opportunity to play bells to the beat of the melody.

 

 

From left: speech teacher Maureen Lyng (flute), middle school band teacher William Whaley (trumpet), high school band teacher Jack Jennings (trumpet), special education teacher Lori Lawton (trumpet) and elementary school music teacher Stacey Landas (piano) accompany the students of Lura M. Sharp Elementary in the singing of holiday carols.
From left: speech teacher Maureen Lyng (flute), middle school band teacher William Whaley (trumpet), high school band teacher Jack Jennings (trumpet), special education teacher Lori Lawton (trumpet) and elementary school music teacher Stacey Landas (piano) accompany the students of Lura M. Sharp Elementary in the singing of holiday carols.