Before the winter break, students at Hillcrest Elementary in Belton enjoyed Polar Express Day. Clad in pajamas, students arrived to find the school transformed into a winter wonderland. A train track ran down every hallway, and Principal Principal Alisa Seidelman (pictured) picked up students who “choo-chooed” to the library for a reading of the book “Polar Express” by Chris Van Allsburg. Elves brought hot cocoa and candy canes to the students, who then watched the film “Polar Express” in the gymnasium. Counselor Carrie Braun and second-grade teacher Jessica Langston organized the event.
Before the winter break, students at Hillcrest Elementary in Belton enjoyed Polar Express Day. Clad in pajamas, students arrived to find the school transformed into a winter wonderland. A train track ran down every hallway, and Principal Principal Alisa Seidelman (pictured) picked up students who “choo-chooed” to the library for a reading of the book “Polar Express” by Chris Van Allsburg. Elves brought hot cocoa and candy canes to the students, who then watched the film “Polar Express” in the gymnasium. Counselor Carrie Braun and second-grade teacher Jessica Langston organized the event. Submitted photo
Before the winter break, students at Hillcrest Elementary in Belton enjoyed Polar Express Day. Clad in pajamas, students arrived to find the school transformed into a winter wonderland. A train track ran down every hallway, and Principal Principal Alisa Seidelman (pictured) picked up students who “choo-chooed” to the library for a reading of the book “Polar Express” by Chris Van Allsburg. Elves brought hot cocoa and candy canes to the students, who then watched the film “Polar Express” in the gymnasium. Counselor Carrie Braun and second-grade teacher Jessica Langston organized the event. Submitted photo

Jackson and Cass counties: News from around our towns

January 15, 2015 10:09 PM