LAWTON, Okla. (TNN) - The Lawton Public Schools’ Transition Program went caroling Tuesday.
The students took the time to spread some Christmas cheer at City Hall.
They sang a few traditional Christmas songs, something that those working at City Hall say helped get them in the holiday spirit.
“We really love the kids being here. They pour out their hearts to us and give us the spirit of Christmas. It gives us hope and something to thrive on and hopefully we can take this with us the rest of the year," said facility supervisor at City Hall, Charles Barnett.
In addition to City Hall, they also visited Ten Oaks Retirement Community.
They’re set to go to the Lawton VA Center Wednesday.
The Lawton Public Schools Transitional program is designed to teach young adults ages 18-22 life skills after high school.