“Gangnam Style” comes to Solana Pacific

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The “Gangnam Style” phenomenon hit the Solana Pacific School blacktop last week when students participated in a dance flash mob to the wildly popular tune by the South Korean rapper Psy. The dance was led by Laurie Beth Katz, an instructor from the Scripps Performing Arts Academy in Torrey Hills, as part of Red Ribbon Week festivities, a week promoting a healthy drug and alcohol-free lifestyle.

Scripps Performing Arts Academy and Jimbo’s Naturally were sponsors of Solana Pacific’s week of events. Photos/Karen Billing and Trish Sullivan

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  4. Solana Pacific Amazing Quest
  5. Solana Vista students have a fun run

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