VIDEO: Christmas by Sinkutview Elementary

From boomwhackers to army gear, Sinkut View Elementary's students brought Christmas cheer to the stage on Dec. 14.

Sinkutview Elementary’s Grade 3/4 class performs 'Boogie Woogie Choo Choo Train” at the school's annual Christmas concert on Dec. 14.




Holiday spirit abound in the last week of school in Vanderhoof, as Mapes, Sinkutview, and W. L. McLeod Elementary students performed Christmas concerts for friends and family from Dec. 13 to 15.

 

Sinkutview Christmas concert:

“One Small Child” by Grade 3/4 students

“Boomwhackers”, 3 songs, by Grade 1/2 students

“Jingle Bells” by Kindergarten/Grade 1 students

“Boogie Woogie Choo Choo Train” by Grade 3/4 students

“Christmas Truce” by Grade 5/6 students

“Silent Night” by Grade 5/6 students

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