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Elementary students entertain family with holiday concerts

A group of Hillside Elementary from Mrs. Calleja’s first grade class pretend to be reindeer pulling Santa’s sleigh during the their “Holiday ABC’s” Christmas concert on Friday, Dec. 16. (Photo by Jordan Willi)1 / 8
First-grade students from Mrs. Calleja’s class performed many hand and body motions to help emphasis the words of the songs during the classes’ holiday concert. (Photo by Jordan Willi)2 / 8
Family members got the chance to see their children and siblings perform a series of Christmas songs during Mrs. Calleja’s first-grade classes’ “Holiday ABC’s” concert on Friday, Dec. 16. (Photo by Jordan Willi)3 / 8
Kindergartners from Paperjack Elementary sang four songs during their part of the school’s holiday concert, which was held on Thursday, Dec. 15, in the high school auditorium. (Photo by Jordan Willi)4 / 8
The Paperjack Elementary holiday concert was held on Thursday, Dec. 15, and featured songs sung by students kindergarten through second-grade. The whole group also sang a pair of songs together, including "Whacky Old St. Nicholas" and "Jingle Jive." (Photo by Jordan Willi)5 / 8
"If I could Fly Like A Snowflake" and "Groovin’ Elf" were among the four songs sung by the Paperjack Elementary second-graders at this year’s holiday concert. (Photo by Jordan Willi)6 / 8
The Paperjack Elementary holiday concert was held on Thursday, Dec. 15, and featured songs sung by students kindergarten through second-grade. The whole group also sang a pair of songs together, including Whacky Old St. Nicholas and Jingle Jive. (Photo by Jordan Willi)7 / 8
Mrs. Calleja’s first grade class sang a series of holiday classics during their holiday concert on Friday, Dec. 16. (Photo by Jordan Willi)8 / 8

Area elementary school students got the chance to perform Christmas songs for their family during last week's holiday concerts.

Jordan Willi
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.
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