Wilson youngsters honor veterans, military members
Students sing to U.S. soldiers in Iraq via Skype
Wilson K-8 Singing
Young students from Wilson K-8 School thanked veterans and
active military members in song by singing, "Thank You,
Wilson K-8 Color Guard
Leading the color guard were children from Brownie Troops No.
1383, 2088 and 2228, Boy Scout Troops No. 250 and 270, and Cub
Scouts Pack No. 303.
Wilson K-8 Hands
Older students waved hands cut from construction paper while
singing their thank you song to the veterans and active members of
the military during the assembly Thursday morning. The soldiers
later took the hands back to their offices to post on their
Wilson K-8 Middle Schoolers
Middle-school students, from left, Josh Baca, Kayla Tilicki and
Aubrey Walters explained to the younger students why Americans
celebrate Veterans Day. If you see a soldier, they told the
youngsters, "you can just say, 'hey, thanks for serving our
country,' or 'thank you for my freedom.'"
Wilson K-8 Duo
Makaela Garcia, a fourth-grade student at Wilson K-8 School,
spent a moment with Lt. Col. Sandy Wilson, an Oro Valley woman
serving with the Arizona Air National Guard.
Wilson K-8 Kids, Soldiers
Young students at Wilson K-8 School shook hands with members of
the Arizona National Guard after Thursday's Veterans Day