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Middle School Christmas Party

Posted on December 22, 2012 by Molly McCormick

One of my favorite things about Wildlands is our ability to take fun field trips. On Friday December 21st, the Middle School enjoyed a fun day of ice skating at Hobbs Ice Arena in Eau Claire.  We all fell a lot, but it was worth it!  When we were done skating we returned to school for a Christmas Party.  We watched the movie Elf, played fun games, and ate lots of good food. Many of the students brought brownies, cookies, and other goodies to share. We also had a Secret Santa gift exchange, which was a lot of fun. All in all, it was a great day. There was plenty of sugar and lots of laughs! Now I can't wait until next Christmas!

 

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