Elf on the Shelf Returns to Seton

Elf on the Shelf Returns to Seton

By Jessica Wuebbolt

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For the second year in a row, Seton´s very own Sally Seton elf is back for the holiday season.  The whole idea behind bringing the Elf on the Shelf to Seton is to give students something to look forward to with a daily contest of looking for the elf. Main Office Administrator, Mrs. Roos first came up with the idea of bringing the Elf on the Shelf to Seton from her grandchildren. Roos thought it would be a fun way to celebrate the holiday season at Seton. The story behind the Elf on the Shelf is it’s from a children’s book where the elf appears each night in a different spot to make sure children are behaving themselves for Christmas. Sally Seton was supposed to make her grand entrance on Saint Nick’s Day, but due to a snow day on Friday, December 6, she arrived instead on Monday, December 10. Sally Seton is the prime example of perfect Seton Student by being in her own uniform and even having her own name tag. Sally Seton changes her location everyday hoping for someone to find her. The first person to email the elf’s location to Mrs. Roos wins for the day. If you are hoping to win a prize, it’s smart to not share your findings with others because there is only one prize. The prize includes a bag filled with festive holiday purchases. The first winner to find Sally Seton was Emma Utley on Monday, December 9. She was hiding in the Christmas boxes in the office.

Be sure to check your email in the upcoming week to find when Sally Seton will be hidden so you’ll know when to look for her. Email Sally Seton’s location to Mrs. Roos at roosp@setoncincinnati.org. The first person to email Mrs. Roos wins a prize.

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