NDDHS Christmas began early with a bunch of laughs at annual Christmas concert

Above, this year's Minister of Communications, Rosie Backes, North Dundas District High School. Courtesy photo

By Rosie Backes
NDDHS, Minister of Communications

North Dundas ended the year with a bang. Thursday was Christmas hat day and the annual cake auction. The snow day on Tuesday meant that the auction had to be rescheduled. The Grade 12s had an amazing turn out as they fundraised for prom! The festivities continued on Friday with ugly Christmas sweater day! Block D was spent at the Christmas concert. The concert included an improv performance and music from the band. The skits celebrated some of the favourites with Elf, The Grinch, Polar Express, and Frosty The Snowman. Also included was the girls dance, teacher Christmas skit, student council skit, and the legendary boys dance. North Dundas would like to thank everyone who came to watch and wish everyone a Happy New Year! Students will be off until January 8.

Seen in images above: One of the biggest highlights of the concert was the legendary boys dance. This year they danced along to Jingle Bell Rock doing the iconic dance from ‘Mean Girls.’ The whole audience joined in and sang along just like in the movie. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

Seen in image above: Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Williams participated in the concert by playing Minute to Win it. In this segment the object of the game was to see who could land the most candy canes on the rope within the allotted time. Mrs. Hall won this game. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

Seen in image above: The NDDHS band entertained the audience with a mixture of Christmas favourites. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

 

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