Donning their most festive red and green garb, the children of The Help Group performed at the annual holiday concert on Dec. 14, to a packed auditorium. The Village Glen and Bridgeport School students showcased their talents for their fellow students and their parents. The Help Group’s children choir sang holiday classics “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” and “Winter Wonderland.”
“The festive holiday program featured many talented students of all ages,” said Director of Autism Schools at The Help Group, Pamela Clark. “It was so heartwarming to hear the songs and see the pride on the students’ and their parents’ faces.”
The show also included a special instrumentation version of “Carol of the Bells” on xylophones and the recorder ensemble, led by Teacher Specialist Barbara Greenspan, performed “My Dreidel.”
Choir Director for The Help Group, Laura Stoltzfus, said she was very proud of her students’ performances. “They have worked so hard and everyone was really excited to perform,” she said.
Thank you to the teachers, students and parents for making it such a great day!