Open House at Solana Highlands

Daniella, Francesca, Anna, and Garo Minassian

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Solana Highlands Elementary School  held an open house on May 24. The event featured a “wax museum” for the first 10 minutes in every second-grade classroom, with each child dressed as the subject of their “Famous Person in History” biography project.

Photos: Jon Clark

Related posts:

  1. Solana Vista open house
  2. Solana Pacific art sale/open house
  3. Solana Highlands Twin Day
  4. Halloween arrives at Solana Highlands
  5. Carmel Valley: Solana Highlands students present quilts to Becky’s House

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