Students stroll through Candy Cane Lane
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Toy soldiers from Woodsboro Elementary took parents, grandparents and friends through Candy Cane Lane on Thursday, Dec. 16, during the schools Christmas program.
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Woodsboro Elementary students took parents, grandparents and friends on a stroll through Candy Cane Lane on Thursday evening, Dec. 16, in the high school auditorium.

More than 300 students in headstart, pre-kinder, kindergarten and first through fifth grade performed in the Christmas program.

The theme of the program focused on how each of us is different with our won unique areas of strengths. The fifth grade students acted out the many parts while the rest of the students in other grades accompanied them with dancing and singing.

“Many thanks go out to David Meza for the beautiful art work, Edith Bujnoch and the FFLAC classes for the wonderful costumes and props, Lanny Nielson and Fab Sanchez for instruction in sign language, and the many paraprofessional for their many hours of assistance,” said Betty Kucera, music teach.

The program was under the direction of music teacher, Betty Kucera and P.E. teacher Pam Harris.
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