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September 23, 2018

Pre-K sing-along a hit at Fairley Elementary


Fairley Elementary School pre-k students Amber Hartranft (left) and Audri Fredenburg do the “Reindeer Hokey Pokey” during a recent holiday sing-along.

Fairley Elementary School pre-k students Amber Hartranft (left) and Audri Fredenburg do the “Reindeer Hokey Pokey” during a recent holiday sing-along.

Fairley Elementary School pre-kindergarten students belted out a handful of songs during a sing-along in the cafeteria on Tuesday.

Wearing reindeer and elf hats made of construction paper, nearly two dozen afternoon pre-K students sang traditional songs such as “Jingle Bells.”

From left, Fairley Elementary School students Jacob Somers, Tressa Benoit, Kieshamarie Vogelsang, Aubree Bench, Martin Woodward and Serena DeLong entertain the crowd during a holiday sing-along in the cafeteria recently.

From left, Fairley Elementary School students Jacob Somers, Tressa Benoit, Kieshamarie Vogelsang, Aubree Bench, Martin Woodward and Serena DeLong entertain the crowd during a holiday sing-along in the cafeteria recently.

However, it was the lesser-known “Reindeer Hokey Pokey” song that drew the most applause from the parents and family members in the audience.

The students – wearing their reindeer hats – put their antlers in, they put antlers out and they did the reindeer pokey and turned themselves around, and that is what it’s all about.

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