North Side youngsters get into the Christmas spirit

Bringing the North Side community together, the district’s primary students delivered crowd-pleasing performances at the Edna M. Moyle Primary Christmas Program on Dec. 14. 

Parents, friends and extended family members were treated to an evening of instrumental music, songs and a play. 

Students in Years 3-6 impressed with performances of favorite Christmas carols on recorders, clarinets, saxophone, flutes and violins. Audience members reported the Reception and Year 1 students were delightful as they animatedly sang “Twinkling Stars” and “Did you see the Baby?” complete with actions. 

All students in Years 2-6 were involved with the musical production that followed, “Star of Wonder,” a lighthearted and comical presentation featuring songs and witty dialogue. Bright luminaries, including Superstar, Shooting Star, Lucky Star, Falling Star, Rock Star, the North Star, along with a constellation full of stars (the choir), took the audience through the announcement of Jesus’s birth, charming the crowd and providing a fitting celebration of the season. 

Reception and Year 1 charmed the audience.

Reception and Year 1 charmed the audience.

Students showed off their talents on the reed instruments.

Students showed off their talents on the reed instruments.

The cast delivererd an enjoyable show.

The cast delivererd an enjoyable show.

Recreating the nativity.

Recreating the nativity.

The children

The children’s nativity scene.

The violin performance wowed the audience.

The violin performance wowed the audience.
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