What does Santa have on his iPod? JFK students explore his ‘playlist’

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Santa’s elves have really cute ears! Nathan Taylor, left, and Penelope Frenire are surely two of Santa’s most awesome helpers!


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Amaya Sommer, Yeritzel Romero, Omari Wheeler, Jalyn Perez, Sussan Mancinas and Hailey Denogean wait to take their places.

The Staff and Students at John F. Kennedy Elementary treated their families and friends to a wonderful holiday performance on Thursday night at the Superior Junior/Senior High School Gym. This year grades K-6 participated in the musical play “Santa’s Holiday Playlist”. The ensemble is a program specifically created for young voices by John Jacobson and Roger Emerson.

Assisting with the production were SHS students in the Child Development, Child Care Occupations and the Education Professions class. These students were instrumental in helping students learn their line and dance moves and assisted with building and designing the set.

Photos are courtesy Melanni Garcia.

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Niko Martinez and Cianna Barreras look over the program before the show.


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JFK performers line up ready to wow their friends and family at the annual Christmas Program held last week.

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