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Christmas Around the World at Hobble Creek Elementary

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Hobble Creek Elementary spent Christmas around the world!  At an assembly held on December 20, 2011 the students were able to imagine what it is like in other parts of the world during the Christmas season.  The students sung songs, danced and played instruments and much more.  This experience gave the students an idea of Christmas customs in other countries.  Some of the countries that were talked about were Africa, Mexico, Jerusalem, Israel, England and many others.  The program was put together and directed by Sena Smith (Music Specialist) and Holly Mayne (Movement Specialist).  Every grade participated by dancing or singing songs that Sena and Holly had taught them.

The program was such a hit that even Santa Claus had to see it!  He came to the school in his sleigh that landed on the school roof.  Santa asked the students who has been notty and who has been nice.  He then gave treats to all of the students.  The students had a blast seeing Santa and talking with him.

A big thank you goes out to Sena Smith and Holly Mayne for all of their hard work!