Video feature: Solana Beach Kids’ Halloween Carnival

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The Solana Beach Foundation for Learning, with Solana Vista and Skyline elementary schools, hosted the annual Halloween Carnival on Oct. 23 at Solana Vista. Future artists, scientists and physical specialists dressed in their most creative costumes, carrying out a 30-year-plus campus tradition.
Proceeds benefit the schools’ children’s enrichment programs, including art, physical education, science and technology, subjects no longer available at some schools statewide.  Teachers’ salaries and the supporting materials needed are ongoing yearly challenges.

— Video and photos by Claire Harlin

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Posted by Lorine Wright on Oct 26, 2011. Filed under Community, Events, Featured Story, News, Region, Schools, Solana Beach. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “Video feature: Solana Beach Kids’ Halloween Carnival”

  1. Amy

    Ms. Claire Harlin, you are very sweet to put this together! You did a great job & our kids had such a fun time performing!

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