10/05/16 Yair Hernandez, 7, right, joined eighty Spanos Elementary students with several teachers who braved the chilly weather Wednesday morning to participate in the San Joaquin County Public Health Services and Safe Kids of San Joaquin County, to celebrate International Walk to School Day. Many of students and some teachers and principal were dressed in pirate garb because today was also Pirate Day at the school. This was the third year the Spanos School held the walk.
10/05/16 Yair Hernandez, 7, right, joined eighty Spanos Elementary students with several teachers who braved the chilly weather Wednesday morning to participate in the San Joaquin County Public Health Services and Safe Kids of San Joaquin County, to celebrate International Walk to School Day. Many of students and some teachers and principal were dressed in pirate garb because today was also Pirate Day at the school. This was the third year the Spanos School held the walk. CALIXTRO ROMIAS The Record
10/05/16 Yair Hernandez, 7, right, joined eighty Spanos Elementary students with several teachers who braved the chilly weather Wednesday morning to participate in the San Joaquin County Public Health Services and Safe Kids of San Joaquin County, to celebrate International Walk to School Day. Many of students and some teachers and principal were dressed in pirate garb because today was also Pirate Day at the school. This was the third year the Spanos School held the walk. CALIXTRO ROMIAS The Record

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October 17, 2016 4:34 PM

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