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5th and 6th Graders Rock Out During Lyrics and Literacy Night

By: Isaac Lueger & Preston Koch

October 23, 2018

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    Students in 5th grade along with the vocal students in 6th grade sang songs for their families and spectators on Thursday, October 18, in the Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School gym.  The concert kicked off with the 6th-grade students singing songs such as “High Hopes” by Brendon Urie, “Kung Fu Fighting” by Carl Douglas, and “Old Time Rock & Roll” by George Jackson and Thomas Jones.  Next, the 5th graders sang “Boogie Shoes” by Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch, “Stayin’ Alive,” and also “Night Fever” by Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb. The students also dressed up in the 70’s look and performed some dance moves that Mrs. Chelsey Haverkamp had taught them.

    Damien Davis said, "I liked it because we all got to dance and sing."

    After the concert, the students showed their parents their classroom(s).  The 6th graders showed their parents the various middle school classrooms.  In their math classroom, the students showed their parents math posters they created.  In literature, they showed their parents Freak the Mighty posters they made. In social studies, they showed their parents “Flex Seating” arrangements and a Pic Collage about teach.tci.  In technology class, they showed their parents Halloween projects they created in Microsoft Word. In grammar class, they showed descriptive paragraphs and a project about themselves. Then finally in science, they showed their science notebooks and recent investigations they were working on in class.

    In 5th grade, the students showed their parents information about different programs and routines in their classroom to give their parents a better understanding of their daily experiences in fifth grade. The students had a checklist of things they had to accomplish with their parents and many involved using technology.

    Lyrics and literacy night was a hit as many parents and grandparents were entertained by the music from the 70’s!

    Landon Nolte said, "It was Lit (meaning it was awesome)!" 

    

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