Solana Pacific students recognized at Solana Beach school board meeting

Each year the Solana Pacific PTA sponsors the Reflections program, which challenges students to be creative in their response to a specific theme.

The theme for the 2011-2012 school year was “Diversity Means…” Four students from Solana Pacific Elementary School were recognized at the Solana Beach school board meeting on April 26. Congratulations to: Chloe Chan, Award of Merit, Artwork; Stella Chung, Award of Merit, Artwork; Emmie Yao, Award of Excellence, Literature; Kayla Surovsky, Award of Merit, Musical Composition.

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