Dear Santa all I really want for Christmas …


Santa pays an afternoon visit to the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative

Carla Smith sets Santa straight about the possibility of her stuffed animal becoming a part of Santa’s Reindeer team on Thursday afternoon as he paid a visit to the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative. When Santa asked Smith if he could borrow her puppy for a few days to help out, she laughed as she said, “no” while playfully pointing her finger at Santa to emphasize her answer.


Wendy Vera places her head on Santa’s knee during his visit to the pre-kindergarten afternoon class at the Pettis County Co-op. Santa asked all of the children if they had been good boys and girls both in school and at home before giving them gifts and telling them he would make a visit to their houses on Christmas Eve.


Elliott Clark holds his present from Santa Claus Thursday afternoon. All of the children who attend the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative classes were given books. Although Santa Clause delivered the books, they were provided for the children by the staff at the co-op for the students to have and enjoy with their families.


Isabella Reyes speaks to Santa during his afternoon visit to her pre-school class. All of the students and their teachers wore pajamas to class for the day. Many of the students told Santa that they wanted gifts for their family and friends this year.


Jakob Gilmore, like many of the boys in his class, explains to Santa the different types of dinosaurs there were years ago. Santa asked all of the students what they would like before giving them each a present. This is the 25th year that Jolly Old Saint Nick has paid a visit to the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative. He told the students that he would visit them on Christmas Eve and would return again to see them next year at the school. Elliott Clar


Santa pays an afternoon visit to the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative

Carla Smith sets Santa straight about the possibility of her stuffed animal becoming a part of Santa’s Reindeer team on Thursday afternoon as he paid a visit to the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative. When Santa asked Smith if he could borrow her puppy for a few days to help out, she laughed as she said, “no” while playfully pointing her finger at Santa to emphasize her answer.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121815coopsanta1.jpgCarla Smith sets Santa straight about the possibility of her stuffed animal becoming a part of Santa’s Reindeer team on Thursday afternoon as he paid a visit to the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative. When Santa asked Smith if he could borrow her puppy for a few days to help out, she laughed as she said, “no” while playfully pointing her finger at Santa to emphasize her answer.

Wendy Vera places her head on Santa’s knee during his visit to the pre-kindergarten afternoon class at the Pettis County Co-op. Santa asked all of the children if they had been good boys and girls both in school and at home before giving them gifts and telling them he would make a visit to their houses on Christmas Eve.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121815coopsanta2.jpgWendy Vera places her head on Santa’s knee during his visit to the pre-kindergarten afternoon class at the Pettis County Co-op. Santa asked all of the children if they had been good boys and girls both in school and at home before giving them gifts and telling them he would make a visit to their houses on Christmas Eve.

Elliott Clark holds his present from Santa Claus Thursday afternoon. All of the children who attend the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative classes were given books. Although Santa Clause delivered the books, they were provided for the children by the staff at the co-op for the students to have and enjoy with their families.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121815coopsanta3.jpgElliott Clark holds his present from Santa Claus Thursday afternoon. All of the children who attend the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative classes were given books. Although Santa Clause delivered the books, they were provided for the children by the staff at the co-op for the students to have and enjoy with their families.

Isabella Reyes speaks to Santa during his afternoon visit to her pre-school class. All of the students and their teachers wore pajamas to class for the day. Many of the students told Santa that they wanted gifts for their family and friends this year.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121815coopsanta4.jpgIsabella Reyes speaks to Santa during his afternoon visit to her pre-school class. All of the students and their teachers wore pajamas to class for the day. Many of the students told Santa that they wanted gifts for their family and friends this year.

Jakob Gilmore, like many of the boys in his class, explains to Santa the different types of dinosaurs there were years ago. Santa asked all of the students what they would like before giving them each a present. This is the 25th year that Jolly Old Saint Nick has paid a visit to the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative. He told the students that he would visit them on Christmas Eve and would return again to see them next year at the school. Elliott Clar
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd121815coopsanta5.jpgJakob Gilmore, like many of the boys in his class, explains to Santa the different types of dinosaurs there were years ago. Santa asked all of the students what they would like before giving them each a present. This is the 25th year that Jolly Old Saint Nick has paid a visit to the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative. He told the students that he would visit them on Christmas Eve and would return again to see them next year at the school. Elliott Clar

Carla Smith sets Santa straight about the possibility of her stuffed animal becoming a part of Santa’s Reindeer team on Thursday afternoon as he paid a visit to the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative. When Santa asked Smith if he could borrow her puppy for a few days to help out, she laughed as she said, “no” while playfully pointing her finger at Santa to emphasize her answer.

Wendy Vera places her head on Santa’s knee during his visit to the pre-kindergarten afternoon class at the Pettis County Co-op. Santa asked all of the children if they had been good boys and girls both in school and at home before giving them gifts and telling them he would make a visit to their houses on Christmas Eve.

Elliott Clark holds his present from Santa Claus Thursday afternoon. All of the children who attend the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative classes were given books. Although Santa Clause delivered the books, they were provided for the children by the staff at the co-op for the students to have and enjoy with their families.

Isabella Reyes speaks to Santa during his afternoon visit to her pre-school class. All of the students and their teachers wore pajamas to class for the day. Many of the students told Santa that they wanted gifts for their family and friends this year.

Jakob Gilmore, like many of the boys in his class, explains to Santa the different types of dinosaurs there were years ago. Santa asked all of the students what they would like before giving them each a present. This is the 25th year that Jolly Old Saint Nick has paid a visit to the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative. He told the students that he would visit them on Christmas Eve and would return again to see them next year at the school. Elliott Clar

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