Arrowhead Elementary School students celebrate holidays with their own "elf" day; Mrs. Cla
Arrowhead Elementary School kindergarten students recently celebrated "Elf Day" in their classes. They dressed as elves and were divided into stations, where they took part in various “Elf” activities, including, filling out an elf job application, wrapping presents, decorating cookies and scooping and bagging “reindeer poop,” which turned out to be a combination of marshmallows and other different candies.
Many parents came in to assist in the fun activities, too.
The students enjoyed all the fun, but all agreed that the scooping the "reindeer poop" was the best.
One student added, "This is the best day ever!"
Front row, left to right: Riley Hicks, Io Berneche, Kayla Winborn, Calliope Berneche and Ranger Rasmussen; along with the reindeer, elf, and Mrs. Claus on the back row. (Courtesy photo.)
Mrs. Claus and students sing Jingle Bells, share candy canes
Mrs. Claus made her annual visit to Arrowhead Elementary, making the rounds to every classroom to say, "hello," to the students. She was accompanied by one of her elves and one of her reindeer.
Students joined in with Mrs. Claus to sing Jingle Bells and received candy canes. One of the third-graders stated that she must be the real Mrs. Claus, because it is the same lady who comes every year!