Exeter-Milligan third and fourth graders singing at the Spring Concert.
Exeter-Milligan Kindergarten, first and second graders rock out while singing about Minding their Manners.
The entire group of Exeter-Milligan Kindergarten through sixth grade performing at the Spring Concert "From the Inside Out."
The Exeter-Milligan Kindergarten through sixth grade classes spent Tuesday evening entertaining family and friends with a program entitled "From the Inside Out."
Guests were welcomed to the Milligan gym by artwork created by the classes featuring the character pillars the program focused on: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship.
Prior to the program, several piano students performed for the audience. The program began with the fifth and sixth grade band performing several numbers including the Overture 1812. The fourth graders followed, playing Ode to Joy on their recorders.
This year for the first time the third graders played Boomwhackers. They are tubes of different lengths, that when whacked, give off a different pitch. The third graders performed Whacky Chopstix.
Eight students, Ashley Benorden, Kaitlyn Clift, Janey Due, Lucy Murphy, Patrick Murphy, Joan Strate, Katie Skinner, and Bailey Stueben, participated in the Sing Around Nebraska program and they sang Old Joe Clark from their program.
All of the students, Kindergarten through sixth grade sang The Star Spangled Banner together and then rocked ut and sang a song entitled From the Inside Out by Teresa Jennings.
The Kindergarten, first and second graders sang three numbers about the character pillars, Mind Your Manners, I Promise and Respect.
Next up were the third and fourth graders who sang Fifty Nifty United States and My Personal Code.
The fifth and sixth grade classes continued the theme singing about being Responsible and Kindness. They finished their portion of the concert singing Stand By Me.
All the classes together sang It Starts With Me to close the Spring concert.