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Updated: May 20, 2019 @ 9:56 am
A student raises his Iowa sign while the fourth grades sing "Fifty Nifty United States."
Students raise the names of all 50 states and the letters U, S and A while singing "Fifty Nifty United States."
Students sing "America, the Beautiful."
The Forest City Elementary School fifth graders open their concert, "From Sea to Shining Sea," with the national anthem Thursday night.
Students raise their stars and stripes to make an American flag after singing "Stars and Stripes Forever" at the end of the concert Thursday night.
Fifth graders sing "You're a Grand Old Flag."
Fifth-grade students sing "Homeward Bound" by Marta Keen Thompson.
Students dance while singing "My Shot" from Hamilton.
Fifth graders rapped their solos in groups while singing "My Shot" from Hamilton.
Director Emily Walker gives her opening remarks on the Forest City Elementary School's fifth grade concert Thursday night.
Fifth graders raise their stars and stripes while singing "Stars and Stripes Forever" for their final song in their concert Thursday night.
A fifth grader tells the audience what America means to her.
A fifth-grade boy recites what America means to him.
A student tells the audience what America means to him at the FCES fifth-grade concert Thursday night.
A fifth-grade girl conveys what America means to her to the audience during the concert Thursday night.
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