A standing-room-only crowd of faculty and family members filled the Lura M. Sharp auditorium to hear the sounds of the season during the pre-kindergarten through third grade concert.
The pre-K students wore Rudolph-inspired hats as they belted out “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”
Their performance, which was complete with hand motions to act out different parts of the song, drew loud applause from the audience.
According to Principal Andrea Lomber, the students and staff at Lura M. Sharp did a lot of preparation work to ensure the concert was a hit.
That behind-the-scenes work translated into success as each grade level received loud ovations after their performances.
The songs included “Jingle Bells” (kindergarten); “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” (first grade); “Winter Wonderland” (second grade); and “Jingle Bell Rock” (third grade).
“We started practicing the songs in early November,” said music teacher Stacey Landas. “We work our way up and the kids do a fabulous job.”