Christmas plays return to CHS, thanks to PTO
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PTO president Maressa Ware directed the production of “Santa’s Cookie Problem” with a showing for the elementary school in the morning and the high school in the afternoon. Santa’s elves; played by Madison Jennings, Analise Dansby and Alyssa Woodfin; had a reputation of pulling pranks. The elves presented Santa, played by Karla Morales, with a problem – his Santa suit no longer fit, presumably because Santa had been eating too many Christmas cookies. There was much concern that Christmas would not happen if Santa could not fit into his suit.
To Santa’s begrudgery, Mrs Klaus, played by Serenity Goolsby, put Santa on a strict diet; Christmas cookies were off limits. After endless complaining and mumbling by Santa the elves finally reveal Santa’s real Christmas suit, not the shrunken version they tricked him with. The elves had been up to their usual pranks.
The audience of students and family really enjoyed the lighthearted Christmas play. It was a great performance, and we are excited for future productions. The play was narrated by Reagan Cardwell.
Thank you, also, to the students who assisted with preparations, Henley Jennings, Jayleeya Shaw, Alissa Cosby, Kelsey McLaughlin, Izabella Whaley, Zynedria Edwards, Hannah Hyatt, Aniya Horton, Cheyenne Wright, Kalicia Davis, Joshua McCurty, Sara and Tara Halsey, Traci Cox, Lizabeth Morales, and Christa Villagrana.
Mrs. Ware welcomes parent helpers with the numerous activities she provides for our students. If you would like to become more involved with your child’s school activities, please email her at email@example.com.