Jingle Bells: Bratt Elementary Second Grade Presents Christmas Play

December 5, 2008


Bratt Elementary School’s second graders presented their Christmas play “A Place in the Christmas Choir” Thursday.

From a barked version of Jingle Bells to a swinging cat dance, the play told the story of a Christmas choir made up of elves, cats and dogs.

For a complete NorthEscambia.com photo gallery from the play, click here.

The play was directed by music teacher Emily Pollard and featured the second grade classes of Genia Bashore, Tracy Foster and Ericka Nelson. Volunteers Jennifer Lehmann, Ashley Long, Stephanie Booth and Stephanie Berry also assisted with the production.

Students in the play were:

Elves: Gabbrielle Peebles, Delaney Reynolds, Kaitlin Berry, Radley Belanger, Titianna Williams, Janie Kite, Brandon Dean, Christian Heritage, Isaiah Thigpen, Aurora McCann, Madison Rainwater, Bailey Hayles, Catherine Casey, Gabrielle Kline, Allison Rice, Noah Moore, Jared Gibbs, Cody Comalander, Roger Dockens, Michael Ward

Dogs: Cameron Long, Larry Philyaw, Jordan Capps, Tanner Deese, Matthew Windham, Justin Powell, Dalton Brown, Jessey Reaves, Anthony Harrelson, Cameron White, Logan Chavers, Brandon Berry, Hadden Barlow, Isaak Armstrong, Justin Cruce

Cats: Shelby Bashore, Madison Sherouse, Reini Bodiker, Leia Godwin, Madison Nassar, Gia Singleton, Kayla Baggett, Danielle Stuckey, Samantha Roux, Meggan Brown, Ann-Margaret Boothe, Susannah Amerson, Lexxi Baggett, Aaliyah Tucker, Memory Peebles

Santa Claus: Zachary Hilton; Mrs. Claus: Lydia Smith; Happy: Henry Wiggins.

Pictured above and below: Scenes from the Bratt Elementary School second grade Christmas play Thursday night. NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.



7 Responses to “Jingle Bells: Bratt Elementary Second Grade Presents Christmas Play”

  1. cody comalander on September 11th, 2013 9:03 am

    Wish I was still there

  2. michela on December 15th, 2008 10:02 am

    that was the cutest thing that I have EVER wached just wanted to give a shout out to all you cute peaple CUTE!!!!! ,Michela Hall

  3. Sara on December 8th, 2008 9:47 am

    The play was awesome! The children did an outstanding job. Thanks to all the teachers and parents who worked so hard to make the play a success. I know alot of work went into the costumes and props. Have a great Christmas!!

  4. ashley on December 7th, 2008 2:17 pm

    This play was outstanding!! All of the children worked so hard, and were so brilliant during their performance. HAPPY was the best Hound dog EVER! THANKS to all the teachers and especially to Mrs. Pollard for all the hard work! :-)

  5. Anna Donald on December 6th, 2008 12:00 am

    I remember performing this when I went to Bratt. It was a blast. I wish I could’ve seen this year’s play. Of all the plays at Bratt that I’ve seen and been in, this is my all time favorite. I’m sure Mrs. Pollard did an excellent job as usual. Congrats to thw second graders, too; I know how hard you must’ve worked.

  6. Tracy Foster on December 5th, 2008 8:43 am

    I’m so proud of all our 2nd graders. They worked very hard and I feel honored to be their teacher. I’m very thankful for Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds for the wonderful photos. My class viewed them this morning and were thrilled to see their picture. Thanks for all you do and a Merry Christmas to all.

  7. Mr. Molino on December 5th, 2008 7:37 am

    How cute!

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