Thanks to our friends at Zeta Phi Beta & US Customs and Border Protection, Christmas came early for the students of Lenora B. Smith Elementary. The media center was transformed into Santa's workshop complete with Santa and elf. The entire student body walked through the media center to receive at least one gift; and in several cases, students received two. Eyes were all aglow as the students had a chance to meet the man in the red suit and share their appreciation for his gift to them. One preK class even brought Santa milk and cookies. While the other preK class wrote notes to Santa! The gratitude did not stop at PreK, each grade level offered something of kindness to Santa and his "helpers". This event has become a bit of tradition at the school; however, each year gets bigger and better. This year, Santa brought about 15 really special gifts including art sets, bicycles, magnetic fashion sets and a karaoke machine. These gifts were reserved for students who'd been recognized as the Values Matter winners each month. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU to the Ladies of Zeta Phi Beta and the faithful servants of US Customs and Border Protection. We appreciate your continued kindness and support of our students. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!