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Franke Park Elementary School students sing The Twelve Days of Christmas during a sing-along

At least he got a reaction from the crowd

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Franke Park Elementary School kindergartners Brissia Tienda, left, and Elizabeth Gonzalez and first-grader Mario Flores listen to kindergartner Carlos Perez Jr. sing “Feliz Navidad” during a Christmas singalong Friday at the school. FWCS students are off until Jan. 6.