Hillside Elementary third-grade student Olivia Hansen lets out a big moo after finally feeling confident enough to let her voice be heard in front of the rest of the animals on the farm during a performance of “E-I-E-I Oops!” put on by Steven Tesar’s class in the Hillside music room on Thursday, May 22. (Photos by Jordan Willi)1 / 4
A group of Hillside students from Steven Tesar’s third-grade class perform their parts as the pigs on a farm during a performance of “E-I-E-I Oops!” on Thursday, May 22.2 / 4
Two farmers, played by (from left) Yougi Moua and Isaac Stafne, who work on the farm in “E-I-E-I Oops!” say their lines during a performance by Steven Tesar’s third-grade class at Hillside Elementary on Thursday, May 22. 3 / 4
Students from Steven Tesar’s third-grade class at Hillside Elementary pretend to be chickens during a performance of “E-I-E-I Oops!” in the music room on Thursday, May 22.4 / 4
Third-grade classes from Hillside Elementary put on a performance of "E-I-E-I Oops!” for their families over a three day period from Wednesday, May 21-Friday, May 23. Each third-grade class performed their own show.
Jordan Willi is a reporter for the New Richmond News. Previously, he worked as a sports reporter at the Worthington Daily Globe in Worthington, Minnesota. He also interned at the Hudson Star Observer for two summers and contributed to the Bison Illustrated sports magazine at North Dakota State University.