David Hoy Elementary School Christmas Concert: full of Christmas cheer

, the Christmas Concert at David Hoy Elementary School had it all.

  • Dec. 23, 2015 5:00 p.m.

Students perform at the David Hoy Christmas Concert with the Grinch included.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

From Coney Island to the Polar Express, hippopotamuses and hallelujahs, nutcrackers and sugarplum dancers, the Christmas Concert at David Hoy Elementary School had it all.

There were dancers, singers, instruments, clowns, ballerinas, elves and even the Grinch made an appearance as each class took to the stage on Dec. 16 in celebration of the season.

Much preparation went into each performance and this was evident to those who attended and helped fill the packed gymnasium.

Margaret Ann-Houghton, a substitute teacher is familiar with David Hoy and has been part of the school community for many years.

“I’m so impressed by this because I know how much work goes into it,” Houghton said.

Everyone took part as each class performed their own unique interpretation of the holiday season.

“This is fantastic. It’s wonderful to see everyone involved. All are in and no one is left out,” Houghton said.

 

 

 

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