La Jolla Elementary students share knowledge of history

Four classes of fourth graders — 100 of them — at La Jolla Elementary have been studying people who made a difference in California history. On May 25, they dressed up as the individuals they had been studying and went to the auditorium, where parents and students from other grades asked them questions about their lives.

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