Solana Beach School District students honored

Solana Highlands School award winners Peyton McKenzie Garand (Courage), Adam Young (Leadership), Ryan Deere (Leadership), Paige Linden (Self or Academic Improvement), Ines Derrien (Effort) with teachers and staff

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Once a year, Solana Beach School District staff selects students from each grade level to receive the district Student Inspiration Award.

At the regular Board of Education meeting on May 17, district staff and the Board of Education publicly recognized district students.

Photos/Rob McKenzie

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