LINDEN — Santa’s working elves were sent on a special assignment to visit Linden Public Schools. Linden Public Schools is a popular stop for the elves to visit because of the good boys and girls, but this year they were very well behaved and displayed good character.
The elves worked through the night to create a Winter Wonderland at Linden School No. 4. This was a way for family and friends of the School No. 4 community to come together and see the beauty of a winter wonderland by participating in various learning stations.
Who knew hanging out with Frosty the Snowman would be such fun. Families and students learned to hoola-hoop, play hockey, and tic-tac-toss. Janeesa Martinez and Frosty have fun being active.
A math station was disguised to look like the elves workshop where families were able to shop for holiday items and put their Everyday Math skills to the work. Sara Barcelos is enjoying the browsing of items.
Kayla Silva and Tyree Jordan become part of the snow making process by creating special snowflakes at the fine and performing arts station. Afterwards students cozied up by the imaginary fire and listened to a holiday story read by the School No. 4 reading coach.
Santa’s elves stopped at Linden School No. 6 to sneak in a quick game of snowball throw. The pre-k students Christian Roman, Edilberto Aguilar, Sade Therjuste, Kelvyn Vasquez, Ja’Kair Pride, Keven Vasquez and Jesiah Gonzalez of School No. 6 were made honorary elves and joined in the fun.
Photos by Christine Hudak, Linden Public Schools
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