Flowery student singalong and carnival

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Flowery Elementary School students enjoy bi-monthly singalongs led by teachers Kristina Reguero Garrison and Matt Pope. These have been a Flowery tradition for more than 30 years, started first by retired music teacher Bob Gossett.

On Friday, Oct. 26, Flowery students sang along to Halloween and Day of the Dead inspired songs. That evening, students came back to school in costume for the annual Halloween Carnival, where there were performances by the ukelele class and Grupo Folklorico de Flowery.

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