Del Mar Hills Academy honors Noah Severns

Principal Susan Fitzpatrick announces the Noah Severns Award at Del Mar Hills Academy.

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Del Mar Hills Academy recently held a bench/plaque dedication for beloved Noah Severns, who succumbed to cancer last September. Noah attended Del Mar Hills from kindergarten, when he was diagnosed with cancer, through sixth grade, fighting a courageous battle along the way. Photos: Jon Clark

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