A Sinkutview Christmas

Sinkutview Elementary presented the first elementary school concert of the season on Dec. 10.

Grade 1 and 2 students from Sinkutview Elementary performed a Vanderhoof version of the “12 days of Christmas” at the school's annual Christmas concert on Dec. 10.

Sinkutview Elementary presented the first elementary school concert of the season on Dec. 10.

Including a history of songs provided by Grade 5 and 6 students throughout the concert, the performance started with a rendition of “Little Drummer Boy” from all students (top left).

Grade 5 and 6 students then peformed “Do You Hear What I Hear”, followed by “Must be Santa” from Kindergarten students, then “Oh Christmas Tree” in French by Grade 3 and 4 students.

The Christmas concert finished with  Grade 1 and 2 students presenting a Vanderhoof version of the “12 days of Christmas” and “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” from all.

 

12 days of Christmas, Vanderhoof editionWritten by Sinkut View’s Grade 1/2/3 Class

 

On the twelfth day of Christmas, Vanderhoof gave to me

12 yummy moose steaks

11 horseback rides

10 roaring campfires

9 fast skidoos

8 camo jackets

7 husky puppies

6 walks by the river

5 elk buglers

4 cowboy boots

3 casting rods

2 side-by-sides

and a cinnamon bun from Woody’s Bakery

(and a steer)

 

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