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NCEMS Preschool Lyrics and Literacy Night

By: Elena Gonzalez

March 09, 2019

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    The Nemaha Central Preschool Lyrics and Literacy Night was hosted on Tuesday, March 5. The preschool teachers, Mrs. Shelly Schmelzle, Mrs. Melinda Jones, and Mrs. Bethany Griffith, organized the program for the students to show their parents and grandparents what they have been learning at school. The lyrics part of the night was held at the Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School gym. At their concert, the students sang and performed actions to 5 songs. The songs were: "In the Jungle", "Going on a Bear Hunt", "Hip Hop", "Tootie Ta", "Stand Up, Sit Down", and "Herman the Worm."

    Conner Reynolds said “The program was fun. I liked the 'Tootie Ta' song."

       The literacy part of the night was held in the classroom with some before and some after the concert. In the hallways leading to the preschool classroom, they had their latest artwork hung up for display. In their classrooms was where they could bring their family to show them what they had been doing in class. Each child got to explain their projects and show their family around the classroom.

    “All of our students did a great job singing and doing their actions and we were excited to see that we had a great family turn out,” said Mrs. Jones.

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