With the holiday seasons just around the corner, students and faculty at Bethel High School have finished their wish lists. In the spirit of the classic Christmas song, “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” here are the top twelve things that BHS students and staff want for the holidays.
On the first day of Christmas, one Bethel High School students made a wish, for a new laptop under her tree.
On the second day of Christmas, two Bethel High School juniors made a wish, for a car to drive to school or a friend’s house.
On the third day of Christmas, three Bethel High School students made a wish, for an iPhone to iMessage all their friends.
On the fourth day of Christmas, Mrs. Eisenman made a wish, for a chocolate labradoodle named Matilda (or Lucy).
On the fifth day of Christmas, five Bethel High seniors made a wish, to get into their dream college.
On the sixth day of Christmas, Dr. Cosentino made a wish, for her nephew to come home from war.
On the seventh day of Christmas, seven Bethel High School girls made a wish, for clothes and makeup for the new year.
On the eighth day of Christmas, eight Bethel High School boys made a wish, for money to buy new CDs and video games.
On the ninth day of Christmas, nine Bethel High School students made a wish, for a new iPod to listen to music.
On the tenth day of Christmas, Mr. Owen made a wish, for peace on earth and goodwill to men.
On the eleventh day of Christmas, eleven Bethel High School students made a wish, for a camera to take pictures to tweet.
On the twelfth day of Christmas, twelve Bethel High School boys made a wish, for new snow tires and a new snowboard.