All together now ... The K/1/2 class of Sea View Elementary school sings Winter Wonderland during the the Christmas Coffee House. “We have been doing a Coffee House instead of a concert for several years

All together now ..

The K/1/2 class of Sea View Elementary school sings Winter Wonderland

The K/1/2 class of Sea View Elementary school sings Winter Wonderland during the the Christmas Coffee House. “We have been doing a Coffee House instead of a concert for several years,” said Gail Henderson, acting principal of the Port Alice school.“The kids were fabulous, as they always are, the goodies baked by the Grades 6 to 9 students were wonderful.” During the Coffee House each class presents songs or skits and the high school makes the food as a by-donation fundraiser for field trips. Coffee House is normally held at the Community Center gym in the evening, but this year because of the teachers’ job action it was held it in the afternoon.

 

 

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