Splash precludes school’s summer break

Solana Highlands celebrated the close to another school year with their Summer Splash carnival on Friday night. The blacktop and playing fields at the school were filled with activity – all kinds of carnival games, dancing, yummy food and even a dunk tank to soak teachers. While it was a big party, the students still have a while to go, school isn’t out until June 12.

Related posts:

  1. Library jump-starts summer reading program
  2. SFC students spend spring break abroad
  3. ‘Alternative spring break’ brings help to SDJA garden
  4. A welcome to summer
  5. Country Day School holds travel-themed gala

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