Welcome Back to School Cajon Valley Style! Community building Flash Mob at Parkway Plaza Mall

United States, California, El Cajon – 08-15-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Welcoming staff and students back to school, Several hundred Cajon Valley Union School District employees and students – in partnership with Parkway Plaza, El Cajon Police Department, Heartland Fire & Rescue, and members of surrounding communities including council members from El Cajon, California – convened on August 8, 2019 for a flash mob to music from the hit movie Footloose at Parkway Plaza in El Cajon. Celebrating the new school year and a joint community mission: Making Cajon Valley the “Best place to Live, Work, PLAY, and Raise a Family.” Video shot and produced by https://mediaartscenter.org/

Link to the flash mob at Parkway Plaza (Footloose)The Cajon Valley School District is committed to making our community the “Best Place to Live, Work, PLAY, and Raise a Family”.  With a Vision of “Happy Kids, Engaged in Healthy Relationships, on a Path to Gainful Employment”, The Cajon Valley Union School District recognizes each student enters our schools with his or her own unique strengths, interests, and values. Our schools offer students personalized programs and opportunities to further develop their strengths and interests into concrete, goals, ideas, and eventually careers that will impact the world.

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Cajon Valley Union School District
Full Name: Howard Shen
Phone: 6195905823
Email Address: Send Email
Website: cajonvalley.net

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