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Photos: Snow can't stop the Great Lakes Elementary Winter Sing Along

The Superior elementary school hosted its Winter Sing Along Monday, Dec. 19.

Great Lakes Elementary School music teacher Amy Frane, right, directs the crowd as they sing along to “Deck the Halls” while fifth-grader Andrew Stevenson, left, plays his recorder during the Great Lakes Winter Sing Along
Great Lakes Elementary School music teacher Amy Frane, right, directs the crowd as they sing along to “Deck the Halls” while fifth-grader Andrew Stevenson, left, plays his recorder during the Great Lakes Winter Sing Along on Monday morning, Dec. 19, in Superior.
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram
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SUPERIOR — After last week’s snowy interruption, music filled the gymnasium at Great Lakes Elementary on Monday, Dec. 19, as students got to show off their hard work and performed holiday songs.

The 2022 Great Lakes Winter Sing Along was scheduled for Friday, Dec. 16, but Mother Nature had other ideas. Students had two snow days, then had a virtual learning day. Although the snow days robbed the students from some last-minute practice, music teacher Amy Frane had the students sounding great during the performance.

Group Four, which consists of students in first, third and fifth grades at Great Lakes Elementary School sing “A Marshmallow World” during the Winter Sing Along
Group Four, which consists of students in first, third and fifth grades at Great Lakes Elementary School sing “A Marshmallow World” during the Winter Sing Along on Monday morning, Dec. 19, in Superior.
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Students in Group Three, consisting of students in first, third and fifth grades at Great Lakes Elementary School what their music teacher, Amy Frane, front center, as they sing “My Two Front Teeth” during the Winter Sing Along
Students in Group Three, consisting of students in first, third and fifth grades at Great Lakes Elementary School copy their music teacher, Amy Frane, front center, as they sing “My Two Front Teeth” during the Winter Sing Along on Monday morning, Dec. 19, in Superior.
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Fifth-grader Andrew Stevenson plays “Deck the Halls” on his recorder
Fifth-grader Andrew Stevenson plays “Deck the Halls” on his recorder during the Great Lakes Winter Sing Along on Monday morning, Dec. 19, in Superior.
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram
Great Lakes Elementary School students in kindergarten, second and fourth grades, sing “Must Be Santa”
Great Lakes Elementary School students in kindergarten, second and fourth grades, sing “Must Be Santa” during the Winter Sing Along on Monday morning, Dec. 19, in Superior.
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram
Great Lakes Elementary students in Group Two, consisting of students in kindergarten, second and fourth grades, perform “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” during the Winter Sing Along
Great Lakes Elementary students in Group Two, consisting of students in kindergarten, second and fourth grades, perform “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” during the Winter Sing Along on Monday morning, Dec. 19, in Superior.
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Jed Carlson joined the Superior Telegram in February 2001 as a photographer. He grew up in Willmar, Minnesota. He graduated from Ridgewater Community College in Willmar, then from Minnesota State Moorhead with a major in mass communications with an emphasis in photojournalism.
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