The Kindergarten classes
of Mrs. Sheehan, Mrs. Claire, and Mrs. Troutman kicked-off
the concert with songs about events that happen during the
month of September. The biggest happening is, of course,
starting school. “I’m So Glad to Be Here” is a song of
welcome, which they followed with a song about the alphabet,
“ABC Blues”. They finished their portion of the program
with a song for Grandparents’ Day, which was celebrated on
The next performers in
the program were the 1st Grade classes of Mrs.
Wirick, Mrs. Holden, and Mrs. Price. October is Hispanic
Heritage Month so they began with a song from Mexico
entitled “Counting Song”, which the students sang in Spanish
and English. Next was a song for United Nations Day, which
was celebrated on October 24, entitled “This Day of Peace”.
They concluded with a spooky song for Halloween, “The
The last performers in
the program were the 2nd Grade classes of Mrs.
McHargue, Mrs. Diefendorf's, and Mrs. Barajas. They shared
with us songs about November. They began with the song
“Pilgrims” that tells us the story of the first
Thanksgiving. Next was the song “I Walk in Beauty” which
was written by a woman from the Navajo nation. This song is
sung to honor and remember the American Indians and their
culture. Finally, they concluded the program with a
humorous song for the turkey, “The Turkey Woogie”.