School celebrates playground
by Peter Burke
Sep 13, 2012 | 1196 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Student Ava Reed and Scotts Valley Educational Foundation President Allison Niday cut the ribbon to officially open the new play structure at Brook Knoll.
Student Ava Reed and Scotts Valley Educational Foundation President Allison Niday cut the ribbon to officially open the new play structure at Brook Knoll.
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William Barch rides a tricycle in front of the new play structure at Brook Knoll. Two study tricycles will soon be able to ride on a painted track that will be painted by a district parent inside the fenced area around the structure.
William Barch rides a tricycle in front of the new play structure at Brook Knoll. Two study tricycles will soon be able to ride on a painted track that will be painted by a district parent inside the fenced area around the structure.
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Lillian Watson gets ready to go down the slide.
Lillian Watson gets ready to go down the slide.
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A new play structure donated by the Scotts Valley Educational Foundation was dedicated at Brook Knoll Elementary School on Friday, Sept. 7. The Foundation donated $23,000 for the structure that will serve students in kindergarten through 5th grade.
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