Students dress up Bird Rock businesses

Bird Rock Elementary fifth-grade students from Ginny Larowe’s, Melissa King’s and Angela Volk’s classes painted the windows of more than 20 participating businesses along La Jolla Boulevard on Monday.

Chloe Yachanin paints a scary witch.

Carissa Kerns, Alex Estey and Avery Kotler embellish the windows of Sharpe Fitness at 5701 La Jolla Blvd.

Jenna Torbensen, left, and Nan Pieper handpaint ghosts

After they were finished, children were treated to hot chocolate at Starbucks at 5604 La Jolla Blvd.

Paige, Leah, Marley, Abby, Vanessa, Savanna from the B-8 Scholars enjoy their hot chocolate. Photo: Ginny LaRowe

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1 Comment for “Students dress up Bird Rock businesses”

  1. Carissa

    Im Carissa Kerns it was so fun too paint those P.S. happy thanksgiving!

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