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SANTA LETTERS: Northwood Elementary, Gloria Acosta's class

NORTHWOOD ELEMENTARY

GLORIA ACOSTA'S CLASS

Dear Santa, I have been very good this weekend. I want a Fortnit game for Christmas. From, Kcaden

Dear Santa, I wish flor sonic gams for Christmas. Your friend, Braylin

These letters to Santa are by North Okaloosa County second-graders.

Dear Santa, I have been very good. I wish a huggie wiggie kissie missie plushy. Merry Christmas. Love, Jonas

Dear Santa, I have been very good this year. Thank you for my presents last year. I would like a esyback oven. Thank you for spreading joy around the world. Merry Christmas Santa. Love, Libby

Dear Santa, I have been very good this year and very helpful this year. I would want a new toy. Merry Christmas Santa. I love you Santa. Love, Teyana

Dear Santa, Thank you for the present you gave me. You are so nice. I wish that I had a puppy. Love you Santa. Merry Christmas. From, Takeira

Dear Santa, I wont to wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy new year. Ho Ho Ho. Tell Mrs. Clos I will bake cookies for her to. I will leev you a prezit by the fir place. Love, Brinklee

Dear Santa, I am very good this year. Can I please have a game called meteoroid dread and a plush called bon bon. Love you Santa. By, Noah

Dear Santa, I have been very good this year and I have been helpful to others and it was funny that snow flake made a mas in the kitckun. It was very funny. Love, Penelope

Dear Santa, I been very good this year. I wish for the new barbe dream house and barbe shef and I wish you a merry Christmas too. I wish you get what you want. Love, Victoria

Dear Santa, I have been vere good this year. Mirry Christmas to you and Misus Clos and rudof and comit is my favirit. Friend Sincerely From, Addison

Dear Santa, I love you Santa. I wish you a Merry Christmas. Love, Jaxon

Dear Santa, I have been very good this year. Can you git me a Pole Pocit? I wish you a Merry Christmas. Love, Paisley

This article originally appeared on Crestview News Bulletin: SANTA LETTERS: Northwood Elementary, Gloria Acosta's class