Spring Show 2017: America, my country, my home!

Presentación de Primavera 2017: América, mi país, mi hogar!

 

Monday, May 8 (Second Grade / Segundo Grado) - 9 a.m. in the cafeteria (approximately)
Show uniform/ Uniforme del Show: White shirt, black or blue pants (boys/girls) or black or blue skirts (girls), sneakers or closed toe flats (no sandals or high heels)
First Group / Primer Grupo: Mrs. Baluja's and Mrs. Laroz's homeroom classes.
- Intermission -
Second Group / Segundo Grupo: Mrs. Gonzalez' and Mrs. White's homeroom classes
Audience / Audiencia: Mrs. Velazquez' and Mrs. Castro's homeroom classes, Parents and Families

Donation / Donación: $2 per family. Thank you. / $2 por familia. Gracias.

Tuesday, May 9 (Third Grade / Tercer Grado) - 9 a.m. in the cafeteria (approximately)
Show uniform/ Uniforme del Show: White shirt, black or blue pants (boys/girls) or black or blue skirts (girls), sneakers or closed toe flats (no sandals or high heels)
First Group / Primer Grupo: Mrs. Camacho's homeroom class.
- Intermission -
Second Group / Segundo Grupo: Mrs.Decardena's and Mrs. Ruiz' homeroom classes
Audience / Audiencia: Mrs. Matanis' and Mrs. Wilcox's homeroom classes, Parents and Families

Donation / Donación: $2 per family. Thank you. / $2 por familia. Gracias.

Wednesday, May 10 (Fourth Grade / Cuarto Grado) - 9 a.m. in the cafeteria (approximately)
Show uniform/ Uniforme del Show: White shirt, black or blue pants (boys/girls) or black or blue skirts (girls), sneakers or closed toe flats (no sandals or high heels)
First Group / Primer Grupo: Mrs. Feria-Vollmer's homeroom class.
- Intermission -
Second Group / Segundo Grupo: Mrs.Marroquin's and Mrs. Ordaz' homeroom classes
Audience / Audiencia: Mrs. Botella's and Mrs. Delcastillo's homeroom classes, Parents and Families

Donation / Donación: $2 per family. Thank you. / $2 por familia. Gracias.

Thursday, May 11 (Fifth Grade / Quinto Grado) - 9 a.m. in the cafeteria (approximately)
Show uniform/ Uniforme del Show: White shirt, black or blue pants (boys/girls) or black or blue skirts (girls), sneakers or closed toe flats (no sandals or high heels)
First Group / Primer Grupo: Mrs. Ciura's homeroom class.
- Intermission -
Second Group / Segundo Grupo: Mrs.Bello's and Mrs. Reye's homeroom classes
Audience / Audiencia: Mrs. Fleite's and Mrs. Rodriguez' homeroom classes, Parents and Families

Donation / Donación: $2 per family. Thank you. / $2 por familia. Gracias.
 

Spring Show 2017 (Group 1)

Host 1: Good morning parents, faculty, and friends.

Host 2: Buenos días padres, facultad, y amigos.

Host 1: It is our pleasure to present to you our Spring Show 2017, “America, My Country, My Home.”

Host 2: Es nuestro placer en presentarles nuestro show de Primavera 2017, “America, Mi País, Mi Hogar.”

Host 1: At this moment please turn off all cell phones and refrain from talking during our show. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Host 2: En este momento por favor apagué su teléfono celular y acuerde de no hablar durante la presentación. Apreciamos su cooperación.

Host 1: Please rise and sing with us our National Anthem.

Host 2: Por favor ahora nos paremos y cantemos el himno nacional.

 

1. The Star-Spangled Banner

Oh, say can you see by the dawn's early light,

What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming?

Whose broad stripes and bright stars thru the perilous fight,

O'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming?

And the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air,

Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.

Oh, say does that star-spangled banner yet wave

O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?

 

ALL CHORUS: THANK YOU, YOU MAY BE SEATED. GRACIAS, POR FAVOR TOMEN SUS ASIENTOS.

 

2. When the Flag Goes By

When the flag goes by, hold it high! Wave it for our country!

When the flag goes by, hold it high! And cheer when the flag goes by.

 

When you hear this song, sing out strong! Sing it for our country.

When you hear this song, sing out strong! And cheer when the flag goes by.

 

3. America (2X)

My Country tis of thee, sweet land of liberty, of thee I sing.

Land where my fathers died, land of the pilgrim’s pride,

From every mountain side, let freedom ring.

 

4. This Land is Your Land (2X)

This land is your land, this land is my land, from California, to the New York island.

From the redwood forest, to the Gulfstream waters; this land was made for you and me.

 

5. R.O.C.K. in the USA (4th and 5th Graders Only)

They come from the cities and they come from the smaller towns. Beat up cars with guitars and drummers goin crack boom bam.

R O C K in the USA(3X) Yeah yeah…Rockin in the USA.

They said goodbye to their families said goodbye to their friends. With pipe dreams in their heads, and very lil money in their hands.

R O C K in the USA(3X) Yeah yeah…Rockin in the USA.

Voices from nowhere and voices from the larger towns. Filled our heads full of dreams and turned our world upside down.

There was Frankie Lymon, Bobby Fuller, Mitch Rider, they were rockin. Jackie Wilson, Shangri Las, Young Rascals, they were rockin

Spotlight on Martha Reeves, and don’t forget James Brown… Rockin in the U.S.A.  HEY! R O C K in the USA (8X)

 

6. Coral Terrace School Song (Encore)

Coral Terrace, This is our motto: We will strive for greatness each day!

Coral Terrace, Won’t you please join us. In adventures coming our way?

Our Teachers: Give us the tools We students: Follow the rules Our great staff: Works really hard

Each and every day we come to our great school!

Coral Terrace This is our motto: We will strive for greatness each day!

Coral Terrace You’re in our hearts now We will never forget You.hoo.hoo!

 

HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!!

 

Spring Show 2017 (Group 2)

Host 1 (English): Welcome back!

Host 2 (Spanish): Bienvenidos otra vez!

Host 1 (English): We continue our show with wonderful music.

Host 2 (Spanish): Continuamos nuestro show con música maravillosa.

Host 1 (English): Remember to please not talk or use your cell phone. That way our performers can be heard. Thank you.

Host 2 (Spanish): Recuerdense de por favor no hablar o usar sus celulares. Asi nuestros estudiantes se podran escuchar.

Host 1 (English): Enjoy the show!

Host 2 (Spanish): Disfruten nuestro show!

 

7. Pledge of Allegiance in Spanish

Juramento a la Bandera Escrito por Francis Bellamy. Juro lealtad a la bandera de los Estados Unidos de America

y a la republica que representa, una nación, ante Dios, indivisible, Con libertad y justicia para todos”.

 

8. Yankee Doodle

Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Goodin, and there we saw the men and boys as thick as hasty pudding.

Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.

 

Yankee Doodle went to town, a riding on a pony, he stuck a feather in his cap, and called it macaroni.

Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.

There was Captain Washington upon a slapping stallion. A giving orders to his men; I guess there were a million.

Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.

 

9. This is My Country

This is my country. Land of my birth. This is my country! Grandest on Earth.

I pledge thee my allegiance, America the bold. For this is my country, to have and to hold!

This is my country. Land of my choice. This is my country! Hear my proud voice.

I pledge thee my allegiance, America the bold. For this is my country, to have and to hold!

 

10. America the Beautiful

O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain, For purple mountain majesties. Above the fruited plain!

America! America! God shed his grace on thee, And crown thy good with brotherhood,  From sea to shining sea!

 

11. Living in America (4th and 5th Graders Only)

Superhighways, coast to coast, easy to get anywhere.  On the transcontinental overload, just slide behind the wheel.

How does it feel, when there's no destination that's too far? And somewhere on the way, you might find out who you are!

Living in America - eye to eye - station to station.  Living in America - hand in hand - across the nation.

Living in America - got to have a celebration - rock my soul!

Superhighways, coast to coast, easy to get anywhere.  On the transcontinental overload, just slide behind the wheel.

How does it feel, when there's no destination that's too far? And somewhere on the way, you might find out who you are!

Living in America - eye to eye - station to station.  Living in America - hand in hand - across the nation.

Living in America - got to have a celebration.  I - live in America. Miami I - live in America.  Wait a minute.

You may not be looking for the promised land, but you might find it anyway.  Under one of those old familiar names like: 

(New Orleans - New Orleans)  (Detroit City - Detroit City)  (Dallas – Dallas)  (Pittsburgh P. A. - Pittsburgh P. A.) 

(New York City - New York City)  (Kansas City - Kansas City)  (Atlanta – Atlanta)  Chicago and L. A.

Living in America - eye to eye - station to station.  Living in America - hand in hand - across the nation.

Living in America - got to have a celebration.  I - live in America. Miami I - live in America.  Wait a minute.

Living in America - eye to eye - station to station.  Living in America – so nice -  with your bad self. Living in America – I feel good!

 

12. Coral Terrace School Song (Encore)

Coral Terrace, This is our motto: We will strive for greatness each day!

Coral Terrace, Won’t you please join us. In adventures coming our way?

Our Teachers: Give us the tools We students: Follow the rules Our great staff: Works really hard

Each and every day we come to our great school!

Coral Terrace This is our motto: We will strive for greatness each day!

Coral Terrace You’re in our hearts now We will never forget You.hoo.hoo!

 

HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!!

 

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Coral Terrace Elementary

6801 SW 24th St.

Miami, FL 33155

305-262-8300

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