California third graders have concert

Democrat photo / David A. Wilson
During "Cafeteria Confusion" at the Thursday concert, several third graders sit at a cafeteria table and discuss how the boys in the lunch line are staring at them, as the boys in the line talk about whether there is any pizza left.

Democrat photo / David A. Wilson During "Cafeteria Confusion" at the Thursday concert, several third graders sit at a cafeteria table and discuss how the boys in the lunch line are staring at them, as the boys in the line talk about whether there is any pizza left. Photo by David Wilson.

— By DAVID A. WILSON

Democrat Staff

Thursday, Jan. 9, was the big concert night for California third graders. Under the direction of Stacy Friedrich, the elementary students performed their concert "School Daze" before a full house.

The pieces performed by the youth were "The Concert Etiquette Rap," "I'm in a Daze," "I Love My Locker," "Cafeteria Confusion," "In the Gym," "Detention" and a reprise of "I'm in a Daze."

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Democrat photo / David A. Wilson At the California Third Grade Concert, Thursday, Jan. 9, boys and girls play ball during the "In the Gym" skit and song.

The musical rendition of a day at school included a history class taking a test, assisted in their answers by a voice on the intercom, Lauren Friedrich, providing hints for the right answers, student Kate Friener explaining in a solo that she was late for class because her locker wouldn't open, a group of students in the gym, and another group in detention, with solos by Alayna Butts and Gabby Rohrbach.

The skit "Walk, Don't Run" was about the hall monitors and their whistles to stop the students from running in the hallways.

Lunch time was illustrated in "Cafeteria Confusion" with several girls at a table discussing in song how the boys were looking at them because they were cute, while the boys standing in line were singing about how hungry they were and hoping there was some pizza left.

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