Look at the kid's faces as they make their way onto school property only to find their principal, sitting on the school's rooftop, dressed up as an Elf on a Shelf.
A school principal in Saratoga County, NY is on the verge of going viral (or at least should) for donning an Elf on a Shelf suit, and braving the cold while he patiently waits on the rooftop of school for students to arrive on Monday morning.
It appeared as though principal Conrick was getting ready to read the kids a book - although I'm wondering how he was able to keep a group of elementary-aged kids focused - while dressed as an elf.
Elf on a Shelf? Nah, more like Yule on a School, and the kids seemed to love it! And judging by the communities reaction, the parents did too. He seems like the kind of school administrator known to do joyous things.
Kudos and shout-out to Principal Conrick at Tanglewood Elementary School in South Glens Falls.
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Adam Savage, Director of Culinary for Spruce Hospitality, took the lead on designing the gingerbread house. He and his team have worked for months to plan and prepare for the display. Adam said, "The house is made of over 987 lbs of homemade gingerbread, 223 lbs of icing, and 152 lbs of assorted candy. The actual production and building of the display took well over 200 hours.”
The candy for the display was sourced by The Candy Space, located in the French Mountain Common Outlets and a sister company of The Queensbury. The Queensbury Hotel also partnered with the Upstate Modern Railroaders of South Glens Falls, who provided train sets for the display.
The Queensbury Hotel is located in the heart of downtown Glens Falls It was built in 1926, it is a Historic Hotel of America and is on the National Registry of Historic Places.
Source: The Queensbury Hotel Press Release
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