Wednesday, December 13th at 6:30 p.m.
Msgr. Gribbin Social Hall
5125 Grandview Road
The doors will open at 6:00 p.m.
Our children in Grades K – 8 will present their Christmas program "Once Upon a Starry Night" as they bring the message of the meaning of Christmas into our hearts and will place us in the true spirit of the season. We look forward to this time when the children, in their great simplicity, cheer our hearts.
Students should report to their classrooms at 6:00 p.m. Students in Grade 7 should report to the Multipurpose Classroom. At the conclusion of the program, the students will be waiting in their classroom for their parents to pick them up.
Grades K,1, 2:,7 & 8: Christmas outfits or Sunday best. Please avoid heavy sweaters and turtle necks since the stage gets quite warm due to the lights.
Students in grades 3,4,5,6 are performing the musical "Once Upon a Starry Night". They are to wear all black or dark blue outfits. This can be a plain long sleeve T-shirt or sweatshirt, slacks or sweatpants. Girls may wear a black dress and black leggings, and they should have long black sleeves. The students are the background sky and they are our rising stars, shining stars, and megastars.
If possible, please purchase a pack of glow-in-the-dark stars that the students can put on their black outfits when they report to their classrooms on Tuesday night. Possible stores would be Five Below, Hobby Lobby, AC Moore, and Wal-Mart. Please read the directions for activating the stars so they glow during the show.
Students with speaking roles have other outfits. Most of these outfits will be provided and a letter will go home with those students after the Thanksgiving Break.
The students have been working very hard to prepare all their songs for the show. We know that they will fill your hearts with the peace and joy of Christmas!
My name is Mrs. Beth Pugliese, and I am the Music Teacher at Saint Joseph Catholic School.
In our Music Education Program, our students are provided with experiences that will develop their abilities to hear, explore, understand, create, analyze, and synthesize music alone and in relation to the total human experience.