TPHS Foundation’s Annual Teacher Mini Grant Night

Event co-chairs Germana Sanna and Cindy Kemper

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The Torrey Pines High School Foundation held its annual Teacher Mini Grant Night on Oct. 23 in the TPHS gymnasium. Parents had the opportunity to donate directly to their student’s classrooms to fund specific requests submitted by teachers.

Teacher Mini Grant Night featured food from area restaurants such as Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza and Woody’s Solana Beach, as well as entertainment by the TPHS Cheer Squad, Dance Team and the new TP Improv group.
Visit torreypinesfoundation.org for more information.

Photos/McKenzie Images

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