Torrey Hills mothers and others honored

Torrey Hills School hosted a Mothers and Others Picnic last Friday afternoon when moms, grandmothers and special friends came to share lunch with students on blankets and under umbrellas on the sun-soaked play field.

First grade mothers and others were invited to come early to read with their children. The first graders made construction paper likenesses of their moms – their hair made out of yarn and buttons and ribbons on their dresses. They wrote special essays about what they loved about Mom.

Irina Siemienowski wrote: “My mom is special because she makes me happy when I am sad. My mom is terrific because she gives me hugs and kisses.”

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