Singing Angels: These Kindergarten students from St. Augustine School really get into the song The Angels Sing during the annual primary grades Christmas concert held Dec. 19 in the afternoon. The Grades 4 to 6 students performed that evening with a number of songs in addition to a play. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Photos: St. Augustine School Christmas concert

Primary grades, kindergarten to Grade 3, at the school perform in their annual concert Dec. 19

By Jordie Dwyer

Primary grades, kindergarten to Grade 3, at the school perform in their annual concert Dec. 19

 

Christmas concert: St. Augustine School’s Kindergarten students were pretty animated as they performed a pair of songs, Away in a Manger and The Angels Sing, at the primary grades annual Christmas concert held Dec. 19 in the afternoon. The Grade 4-6 students also performed a concert that evening which included a play along with a number of songs. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Not so silent: The Grade 1 students at St. Augustine School sing Silent Night, followed by Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer, at the annual primary grades Christmas concert in an afternoon performance on Dec. 19. The students in Grades 4 to 6 would perform a play and numerous traditional songs in their own performance that evening. Photo by Jordie Dwye

Traditional event: St. Augustine School’s primary grades presented their annual Christmas concert on the afternoon of Dec. 19 filled with the usual array of songs including the Grade 2 students (shown) who performed The Little Drummer Boy and Jingle Bell Rock. The Grades 4 to 6 students performed that evening with a number of songs in addition to a play. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Concert tradition: The primary grades at St. Augustine School presented their annual Christmas concert in an afternoon performance Dec. 19 that was filled with the fun holiday of songs which included Grade 2 students (shown) with The Little Drummer Boy and Jingle Bell Rock. The Grades 4 to 6 students would perform their own concert that evening with a play and songs. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

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