The students at Zavala Elementary School received Santa cameras in their classroom Wednesday morning from Santa Claus. The Santa cameras will help Claus keep an eye on the students from the North Pole.

After the students had class, Santa Claus visited with the children and answered their questions.

Santa had the help of his elves and the school's mascot, George the Aviator, to deliver the Santa cameras.

"The best part of this is the excitement that the kids have when we're doing it. In the morning they come, and they look for their elf, sometimes it'll be in the library but enjoying them to see where the elf is at," Prisilda Herrera said.

The cameras and elves promote a positive behavior and positive choice making.

"The kids love Christmas so much and having the Santa cameras and having the extra elf gives them that extra initiative to do great work and be on their best behavior at Zavala," Samantha Hill said.

"This promotes them to think about their choices they're making at school and change their choices from not negative but positive choice," Herrera said.

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