Gra­sonville Ele­men­tary puts on ‘A Bear-y Merry Hol­i­day’

Record Observer - - Arts & Community -

GRA­SONVILLE — On Tues­day, Dec. 13, Gra­sonville Ele­men­tary School’s 2nd- and 4th-grade stu­dents put on the pro­duc­tion of “A Bear-y Merry Hol­i­day.”

The mu­si­cal, led by music teacher Jamie Dean, tells the story of po­lar bears hav­ing a hol­i­day cel­e­bra­tion at the North Pole with guests from around the world as they await the ar­rival of the pan­das.

The stu­dents sang “A Bear-y Merry Hol­i­day,” “Danc­ing on Ice,” “Jin­gle Bears!,” “Cov­ered in White” and “Panda-mo­nium.”

Gra­sonville Ele­men­tary School stu­dents, dressed as po­lar bears, dance dur­ing the pro­duc­tion of “A Bear-y Merry Hol­i­day” on Tues­day, Dec. 13.

Gra­sonville Ele­men­tary School sec­ond graders sing “Panda-mo­nium” dur­ing the school’s pro­duc­tion of “A Bear-y Merry Hol­i­day on Tues­day, Dec. 13.

Gra­sonville Ele­men­tary School stu­dents, dressed as griz­zly bears, rap dur­ing the school’s pro­duc­tion of “A Bear-y Merry Hol­i­day” on Tues­day, Dec. 13.

Gra­sonville Ele­men­tary School sec­ond — and — fourth graders, dressed as po­lar bears, griz­zly bears and black bears dur­ing the pro­duc­tion of “A Bear-y Merry Hol­i­day” on Tues­day, Dec. 13, wait for the pan­das.

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