Bilingual educator performs for Skyline students

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Jose-Luis Orozco — award-winning bilingual educator, author and entertainer — performed at Skyline Elementary School on March 15.

Orozco’s music is said to “make your kids sing, dance, clap and laugh all while learning basic language and literacy skills that engage them in an interactive music experience.” Photos: Jon Clark

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