Sycamore Ridge hosts Stallion Stampede

Yee-haw! Sycamore Ridge celebrated a new school year with their annual Stallion Stampede on Friday, Sept. 12. Students and their families dressed up in their best Western gear for the Parent Teacher Association-sponsored event. A barbecue dinner was served and Stallions danced to country tunes and got their faces painted. The school just started their fourth year at their Carmel Valley campus.

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