Merry Christmas from Webster Thomas High School

22 Dec

The approach of the holiday season (and a week off!) is a giddy time at every school, but Webster Thomas always seems to find unusually entertaining ways to celebrate.

All day yesterday, carolers and musicians brought Christmas cheer to Webster Thomas students and staff. The day started with a performance by the Brass Choir, led by Paul Van Horn. During the day, Thomas Bertrand’s chemistry students strolled into classrooms, singing Chemistry Carols, and the Select Choir, led by Brenda Nitsch, performed carols in the front hall as students were leaving for the day.

I didn’t get film from the Brass Choir performance, but below are a few photos our principal, Glenn Widor, snapped.  After that is a YouTube video featuring the Select Choir, followed by two versions of “Deck the Lab With Rubber Tubing.”  Enjoy.

Paul Van Horn directed the Brass Choir

 

Click on the photo to see a video of the Select Choir and the Chemistry Carolers.

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