Midlo’s Autism Suite Spreads Holiday Cheer

Christmas Carols Fill the Halls

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On Wednesday, December 19, 2018, students and faculty from Midlothian High School’s Autism Suite celebrated the holiday season by caroling for Midlo students in the Closed Commons, as well as administrators and secretaries in the front office and Counseling office. The group sang songs like Jingle Bells by Michael Bublé and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer by Gene Autry with huge smiles on their faces in anticipation for the holidays, and their audience soon reflected those smiles as they listened to the spirited caroling and heard the excitement in their voices. Trey Gholson exclaims, “The caroling was really fun to hear, and it put me in the Christmas spirit. It was the perfect way to end my time at Midlo before the holidays.” The Special Education Department kicked off Winter Break with style and holiday spirit.