Families gather for fun at La Jolla Elementary School

Families share some back to school stories.

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Parents, students and faculty and staff joined the fun on Sept. 23 at La Jolla Elementary School’s annual back-to-school family picnic. Students played ball games on the field and the blacktop while parents socialized. As soon as it was dark, the glow sticks came out and the dancing began. Wahoo’s Fish Tacos provided the meals.

And then on Sunday, children turned out at the Open Aire Market held at the school for Family Fun Day. The weekly market — closed this week due to the La Jolla Art and Wine Festival — is one of the school’s primary fundraisers.

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