Solana Highlands students attend Great Kindness Challenge celebration at New Children’s Museum

Participating schools from around San Diego attended a celebration and awards ceremony for the Great Kindness Challenge on Jan. 22. Solana Highlands students, Sophia (left) and Oliva Stettner (right) represented their school at this event held at the New Children’s Museum. The ceremony was emceed by Raul Martinez of Fox 5 news with special guest Mayor Bob Filner congratulating each of the participating schools and their students.

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  3. Carmel Valley, Del Mar and Solana Beach students earn 29th annual Vic Kops Children’s Challenge Awards
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  5. February is Museum Month all across San Diego County

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