December 21, 2018
MSA held its annual Holiday Program on Tuesday, December 18 at 6:30 P.M. at Boulevard Baptist Church. MSA strings students welcomed everyone to the service with several beautiful songs followed by a Middle School hand chime Christmas medley. Board of Trustees president Vince Fanello then gave a warm message of introduction. Primary students delighted everyone with a variety of holiday favorites. First Grade through High School finished out the performances with several songs featuring dances, vocals, violin, flute, drums, and Orff instruments. We are proud of all of the students for working so hard preparing and appreciate Mrs. Nickles' dedication to another excellent MSA Holiday Program!
Peace Pole Presentation
Every year MSA donates a Peace Pole to a local group or other worthy cause that fosters peace within our community. This year's pole was presented by Lexi Merriman to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society represented by Bethany Kerns and Michelle Rash.
High School Trip
The high school took their annual trip this year to Greenville for ice skating, shopping, and dinner.
Extended Day Face Painting
Students in extended day enjoyed the last few hours before the break by “face” painting. A High School student generously contributed a canvas for them to practice their art. They also practiced taking photos and got an introduction to photo editing and electronic circuitry.
Continuing their project spanning the past few weeks, Lower Elementary students completed their gingerbread houses by adding icing and other edible embellishments.
Middle School Sweaters
Middle School students wore holiday sweaters and competed in ugliest, most festive, and coolest sweater contests.
High School Games
High School students enjoyed each other's company by playing holiday-themed games.
Upper El Holiday Celebration
On the last day before the break, Upper Elementary students participated in a Sneaky Santa gift exchange followed by watching a recording of their play and enjoying each other's company.
Upper Elementary Holiday Drop-In
The Upper Elementary class prepared ham, rolls, and cookies for a holiday pot-luck drop-in for their families last week.
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