‘A Red Carpet Affair’ at Carmel Del Mar

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The PTA for Carmel Del Mar Elementary School held a week-long event to honor its teachers and staff.  This year the theme was “A Red Carpet Affair.” A red carpet event was held March 18, which included a star walk of fame, “swag bags” and more.

In addition, the staff lounge was decorated, parent volunteers dressed up and served orange juice and sparkling cider as the staff walked in, and teachers were met with a variety of other special surprises.

–Photos courtesy of Alma Beer, Norma Costanzino, Liz Hevener

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