Cape Gazette

Pilgrims and natives celebrate Thanksgiving

By Melissa Steele | Nov 28, 2013
Photo by: Melissa Steele

Kindergarten students at Shields Elementary celebrated the school's annual Thanksgiving feast Nov. 22.

Classes dressed up as pilgrims and Native Americans and feasted platefuls of food. Students in Oksana Hense, Michele Rushin and Linda Thomas's classes performed a variety of Thanksgiving-themed songs for parents and family.

Singing in tune pictured are (l-r) David Adili-Khams, Katherine Pastora, Ryan Andres and Jared Verzosa.

Avery Miller, left, and Leni Kuska compare treats. (Photo by: Melissa Steele)
Josiah Mitch, Peyton Vied, Gianna Maull and Dayanna Maull sing a pretty tune. (Photo by: Melissa Steele)
Cheyenne Turner is ready to eat. (Photo by: Melissa Steele)
Alivia Longo waits for her food. (Photo by: Melissa Steele)
Destiny Toby likes the feast. (Photo by: Melissa Steele)
Katherine Pastora takes a bit out of an apple slice. (Photo by: Melissa Steele)
Malikie Harmon-Perkins likes his pumpkin pudding. (Photo by: Melissa Steele)
Blake Fitzgerald and Savannah Malewski reenact the original Thanksgiving meal. (Photo by: Melissa Steele)
Family members meet students in the cafeteria. (Photo by: Melissa Steele)
Kindergartners at Shields Elementary School sing some Thanksgiving songs during the school's annual Thanksgiving celebration. Pictured in the back row are (l-r) Josiah Mitch, Lucy Heid and Peyton Vied. In the front row are Carly Leaker and David Adili-Khams. (Photo by: Melissa Steele)
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