It is officially the Christmas season and St. Robert Bellarmine School’s transitional-kindergarten and kindergarten students started out the Christmas season through song.
On Monday, December 2, at St. Eleanor’s Hall at Bellarmine-Jefferson High School was filled with students and parents listening intently to the voices of the young elementary school students. Some of the performers were as young as four years old in the transitional-kindergarten class.
Age definitely didn’t hold these students back.
Each line was memorized, correct staging positions were found, and the songs were beautifully rehearsed. The stunning stage was stage was hand crafted by the parents which depicted a beautiful manager in Bethlehem. In front of the stage, twelve angels were displayed to honor the victims at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The parents cheered with great joy as the students yelled out in unison Merry Christmas at the end of the show.