Students fill the halls with Christmas cheer

FLEMINGTON—Students at two local schools brought the Christmas cheer with a melody of songs.

Flemington Elementary School held their holiday concert on Friday, at the school.

The students performed two shows, one in the morning and one in the afternoon to a full audience of parents, grandparents, cousins and neighbors.

Principal Jeanne Gren shared that the focus for this year’s concert was Celebrations Around the World.

During the concert, each grade kindergarten through fourth, performed two songs and featured soloists, as well as dancing.

Some of the songs students incorporated instruments including maracas and bells.

“I am so proud of my students. They did an awesome job,” expressed Gren. “I would like to thank  all of the teachers for helping, and all the families that came out to watch the concert.”

At the end at the concert, all students performed their grand finale for attendees to enjoy.

In addition, West Taylor Elementary School performed their Christmas concert to a full house on Tuesday.

The school held two showings one at 9:00 a.m. and at 1:00 p.m.

Parents and families gathered in the school anxiously awaited for the students to come out at the afternoon showing.

Principal Jamison Fisher welcomed and thanked the parents and families for coming to the concert.

After the students gathered in the gymnasium, the show started with the students singing Silent Night together.

After the opening, each grade, pre-school through fourth grade, performed two songs for the audience to enjoy.

The show concluded with a grand finale with all the students singing, We Wish You Merry Christmas.

Fisher shared that they had a wonderful turnout to both performances. She expressed that the teachers and students did a great job.

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