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French-American School art on display at La Jolla Library

Every year, students in Pre-K and kindergarten classes at the San Diego French-American School produce art to adorn the children’s area at La Jolla’s Riford Library. Reflecting the styles of certain artists or embracing a fall theme, 2014’s art is on display through the month of November. The Riford Library is located at 7555 Draper Ave.

Talissa Porteau de la Morandier, 5, Andre Guizar, 5, Gabriella Price, 5, and Chase Brennan, 4, in front of the work their class made.
Talissa Porteau de la Morandier, 5, Andre Guizar, 5, Gabriella Price, 5, and Chase Brennan, 4, in front of the work their class made.
Along the wall, are examples of “empreintes” (prints) and “les empreintes des cercles” (circle prints) from Laurence Zede-Humbert’s kindergarten class and Anne Sophie Nguyen Tregouet’s pre-elementary class.
Along the wall, are examples of “empreintes” (prints) and “les empreintes des cercles” (circle prints) from Laurence Zede-Humbert’s kindergarten class and Anne Sophie Nguyen Tregouet’s pre-elementary class.
Claire Selva Huerta stands in front of her pre-elementary class’s work.
Claire Selva Huerta stands in front of her pre-elementary class's work.
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These pre-kindergarten students, who made some of the art on the wall, make more at the library!
These pre-kindergarten students, who made some of the art on the wall, make more at the library!


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