On Thursday, Dec. 6th, Mt. Carmel Elementary students held their annual Christmas program. Under the direction of Mark Hafner, our K-5th grade students put on a wonderful performance with songs and acting. “Peanut Butter Christmas” told the story of the Carpenter family stranded in a motel room with no electricity on Christmas Day. It could have been the worst Christmas ever. But this family soon realized that it’s not important what you get, but what you give. It reminds each of us that the most important reason to celebrate Christmas is the birth of our Savior.
After the performance, family and friends were invited to an art show and reception in the Dining Hall. Student artwork was featured from this semester under the instruction of Nora Spencer. It was a pleasant evening filled with laughter and fellowship. We appreciate the hard work of our students, faculty/staff, and families.