Sandy Hook Kids' Chorus to Sing During Super Bowl

The Newtown children will get to sing “America The Beautiful”

  Students from Sandy Hook will be performing at the Super Bowl
The kids at Sandy Hook Elementary are finally getting a voice, and it will be heard during this year's Super Bowl. 

The kids at Sandy Hook Elementary are finally getting a voice, and it will be heard during this year's Super Bowl. 

The chorus will start off the game by belching out “America The Beautiful,” right before Alicia Keys makes her appearance with “The Star Spangled Banner.”

The NFL have shown their support for the victims' families on several occasions. New York Giants' Victor Cruz recently visited the home of one of the Newtown victims, who dubbed the player his hero.

“It was a time where I just wanted to be a positive voice, a positive light in a time where it can be very negative. It was a good time … They’re a great family and they are really united right now at this time. It was good to see,” he says, according to the Inquisitr.

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