SHILLINGTON, PA – On Wednesday, December 20 at 12:30PM, the students at John Paul II Center for Special Learning will put on a performance for the public. The annual Christmas Program includes singing, dancing, and short skits in which students have worked hard to prepare for.
JPII’s Christmas Program isn’t your typical Christmas show. It contains both traditional and non-traditional Christmas music and holiday skits.
Last year, JPII’s multipurpose room was at capacity with friends, family, and supporters of the school who gathered to watch the show.
Students practice diligently during the weeks leading up to the show and are able to work on not only social skills, but creativity and self-expression as well.
JPII students always take pride in their performances and light up when they see their families in the crowd.
This year, our adult program will be our stage crew, creating all of the props that will be used on stage. Costumes range from elves and snowmen, to penguins and nativity-related outfits.
Those in attendance are sure to leave the show with a smile on their face, joy in their hearts, and a reminder of what Christmas really means.