Foundation has high hopes for ’10

The dedicated volunteers with the Solana Beach Foundation for Learning begin 2010 with high hopes for community support of the Solana Beach School District’s six elementary schools: Carmel Creek, Skyline, Solana Highlands, Solana Pacific, Solana Santa Fe and Solana Vista. The nonprofit’s mission of raising funds to support school programs has added urgency amidst mounting state budget cuts to education. Funds raised by the SBFL support programs vital to a well-rounded education, including hands-on science, visual and performing arts, physical education and technology. Every child in the district benefits from this specialized instruction. For more information or to make a donation please visit www.sbfl.org.

— Solana Beach Foundation for Learning

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