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Episode 67:  JSD Students Share “Sounds of the Season”

It is music that will make you smile and warm your heart. On this episode of the Supercast, we share some sweet sounds of the season performed by Jordan School District students. Wishing you the happiest of holidays and a safe, prosperous new year!

Concert Program

  • “Snow Carol”- South Hills Middle School Advanced Women’s Ensemble
  • “Sing We Now of Christmas” - South Jordan Middle School 9th Grade Concert Choir
  • “On Thin Air” - Hidden Valley Middle School Percussion Ensemble
  • “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” - West Jordan Middle School’s Combined Choirs
  • “Rock Ye Merry, Rest Ye Very” - Sunset Ridge Middle School Symphonic Orchestra
  • “Santa is the Man” - Ms. Madsen’s 6th grade class at Eastlake Elementary School

Audio Transcription

Superintendent:
Welcome to a Holly Jolly edition of the Supercast. I'm your host, Superintendent Anthony Godfrey. It is music that will make you smile and warm your heart. On this episode of the Supercast, we share some sweet Sounds of the Season performed by Jordan School District students. While you listen, just know we are wishing you the happiest of holidays and a safe prosperous year. Let's start with "Snow Carol", performed by South Hills Middle Schools advanced women's ensemble.

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Superintendent:
Now enjoy South Jordan Middle School's ninth grade Concert Choir performing "Sing We Now of Christmas".

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Superintendent:
Up next, Hidden Valley Middle School's percussion ensembles performing "On Thin Air" by John Wilmarth.

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Superintendent:
Now taking the stage is West Jordan Middle School's Combined Choirs performing "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" arranged by Carol Straumer.

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Superintendent:
We have Sunset Ridge Middle School Symphonic Orchestra with “Rock Ye Merry, Rest Ye Very” by Brian Beaumont.

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Finally enjoy Ms. Madsen's sixth grade class at Eastlake Elementary School singing “Santa is the Man”.

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Superintendent:
Thanks for listening to this episode of the Supercast. Happy Holidays and have a wonderful break. Remember, education is the most important thing you will do today. We'll see you out there.

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