Santa visits early


Students in Cortney Hall’s class at L.C. Kerr Elementary School received a special surprise before going home for the winter break. After applying for and receiving multiple grants from CAFE, Clinton Area Foundation for Education, Hall decided to purchase gifts for her students. The classroom elf, Jingles, left the kids a note explaining to the kids who the gifts were from.


Students in Cortney Hall’s class at L.C. Kerr Elementary School received a special surprise before going home for the winter break. After applying for and receiving multiple grants from CAFE, Clinton Area Foundation for Education, Hall decided to purchase gifts for her students. The classroom elf, Jingles, left the kids a note explaining to the kids who the gifts were from.


Students in Cortney Hall’s class at L.C. Kerr Elementary School received a special surprise before going home for the winter break. After applying for and receiving multiple grants from CAFE, Clinton Area Foundation for Education, Hall decided to purchase gifts for her students. The classroom elf, Jingles, left the kids a note explaining to the kids who the gifts were from.


Students in Cortney Hall’s class at L.C. Kerr Elementary School received a special surprise before going home for the winter break. After applying for and receiving multiple grants from CAFE, Clinton Area Foundation for Education, Hall decided to purchase gifts for her students. The classroom elf, Jingles, left the kids a note explaining to the kids who the gifts were from.

Students in Cortney Hall’s class at L.C. Kerr Elementary School received a special surprise before going home for the winter break. After applying for and receiving multiple grants from CAFE, Clinton Area Foundation for Education, Hall decided to purchase gifts for her students. The classroom elf, Jingles, left the kids a note explaining to the kids who the gifts were from.

Students in Cortney Hall’s class at L.C. Kerr Elementary School received a special surprise before going home for the winter break. After applying for and receiving multiple grants from CAFE, Clinton Area Foundation for Education, Hall decided to purchase gifts for her students. The classroom elf, Jingles, left the kids a note explaining to the kids who the gifts were from.

Students in Cortney Hall’s class at L.C. Kerr Elementary School received a special surprise before going home for the winter break. After applying for and receiving multiple grants from CAFE, Clinton Area Foundation for Education, Hall decided to purchase gifts for her students. The classroom elf, Jingles, left the kids a note explaining to the kids who the gifts were from.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_IMG_9722.jpgStudents in Cortney Hall’s class at L.C. Kerr Elementary School received a special surprise before going home for the winter break. After applying for and receiving multiple grants from CAFE, Clinton Area Foundation for Education, Hall decided to purchase gifts for her students. The classroom elf, Jingles, left the kids a note explaining to the kids who the gifts were from.

Students in Cortney Hall’s class at L.C. Kerr Elementary School received a special surprise before going home for the winter break. After applying for and receiving multiple grants from CAFE, Clinton Area Foundation for Education, Hall decided to purchase gifts for her students. The classroom elf, Jingles, left the kids a note explaining to the kids who the gifts were from.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_IMG_9711.jpgStudents in Cortney Hall’s class at L.C. Kerr Elementary School received a special surprise before going home for the winter break. After applying for and receiving multiple grants from CAFE, Clinton Area Foundation for Education, Hall decided to purchase gifts for her students. The classroom elf, Jingles, left the kids a note explaining to the kids who the gifts were from.

Students in Cortney Hall’s class at L.C. Kerr Elementary School received a special surprise before going home for the winter break. After applying for and receiving multiple grants from CAFE, Clinton Area Foundation for Education, Hall decided to purchase gifts for her students. The classroom elf, Jingles, left the kids a note explaining to the kids who the gifts were from.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_IMG_9707.jpgStudents in Cortney Hall’s class at L.C. Kerr Elementary School received a special surprise before going home for the winter break. After applying for and receiving multiple grants from CAFE, Clinton Area Foundation for Education, Hall decided to purchase gifts for her students. The classroom elf, Jingles, left the kids a note explaining to the kids who the gifts were from.
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