Visit from Santa: Ponoka Elementary School’s Christmas concert Dec. 21 proved an exciting one with Santa making a visit and keeping on schedule with present delivery in between class performances. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PHOTOS: Ponoka Elementary students bring in the holiday cheer

The students held a fun Christmas concert Dec. 21 for parents and families

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

The students held a fun Christmas concert Dec. 21 for parents and families

 

Planning gift delivery: Students at Ponoka Elementary School presented their fun Christmas concert Dec. 21 with skits in between class performances. The story line was that Santa and the Elves in the North Pole had two hours to get ready for Christmas. Here Elves get on the communication links to set things in order. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Kindergarten Rudolphs: Kindergarten students at Ponoka Elementary School ring in the Christmas holidays with a fun holiday song Dec. 21. The entire school hosted two Christmas concert performances for parents. The theme of the concert was that Santa and his Elves had two hours to get presents on their way to the kids. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

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