I got some really fantastic letters from Slingerlands elementary kids. This is a follow-up to my songwriting visit to Mrs. Bacher's class. What cracks me up the most is the different artistic interpretations of what my hairline looks like. Check this out!!
Mrs. Bacher - yet another of the many great Capital Region elementary teachers I had the pleasure to meet doing the school program. It's always a very friendly environment in her class. In fact, the kids wanted to write a song about that very important character trait - being friendly The results are below
I always have a great time at this school with this great teacher, Mrs. Brooks. These were really well behaved, cute kids with an important message ( I would like certain members of the NFL to especially pay attention)
Good times, and clever kids with a message. I guess that sums up my experience at Blue Creek Elementary School in Latham. They had something really important to share with the world - be Peacable!! Here's the cute song they wrote about it.
They are thinking of possibly closing a great little institution of "lower" learning (lower grade level, that is) - Birchwood Elementary. Do the local Nisky-ites agree? Read the story or zip down to the bottom of the article and take the 2 second poll!
i had a fantastic time (as usual) at St Thomas The Apostle School in the Delmar area. I was interested to see what their "wish list" was for the jolly old bearded man. They not only told me, but they ended up creating a song parody in no time flat. Here is their creation!
I worked with some "saints" recently from the All Saints Academy in Albany. These first grade kids were creative, lively and ready to have fun while they spread the message of "peace." In fact that they even created a peaceful parody of "Rudolf The Red Nosed Reindeer."
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