Mary B. Neal Elementary holds sing-a-long, mannequin challenge
School celebrates with music, pajamas last day before winter break
Mary B. Neal Elementary School in Waldorf held a holiday sing-a-long and surprise “Mannequin Challenge” on Dec. 22, the last day before winter break.
Students and staff dressed in pajamas for the occasion. Traditional Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa
The event culminated with a performance of a school variation of “The Twelve Days of Christ- mas” which included a surprise “Mannequin Challenge” for teachers and students.
The Mannequin Challenge is a viral video trend where people stand frozen in place like mannequins while being filmed with a moving camera.
Twitter: @JamieACIn- songs were performed under the direction of music teacher Michael
Mary B. Neal Elementary School teachers and students join in a holiday sing-a-long on the last day of school before winter break.
Students at Mary B. Neal Elementary School, dressed in their pajamas, sang Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa songs on the last day of school before winter break.
In front, Mary B. Neal Elementary School first grade teacher Megan Sarangoulis (holding the sign), and behind her from left, teachers Angelica Van Bavel Alfreda Owens and Rebecca Orzechowski freeze as part of the “Mannequin Challenge” held by the school on its last day before Winter Break.
Mary B. Neal Elementary third grade teacher Rebecca Orechowski poses with a sign for “three glue sticks” as part of the school’s version of “the Twelve Days of Christmas” Thursday.