Carnival at Carmel Valley Middle School

CVMS students dress in ‘60s outfits for the carnival

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Carmel Valley Middle School’s Spirit Week celebration wrapped up with a carnival this year.

The event featured over 18 game booths, including a rock climbing wall and a huge blowup slide.

More than 30 volunteers and the All Student Body (ASB) students helped to make the event a huge success.

ASB director Holly Vermilyea says it’s a school tradition students look forward to all year.

Photos/Gloria Limas An

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