Rich Center first-graders make valentines
Published: Tue, February 26, 2013 @ 4:53 a.m.
Ten children in first grade at the Rich Center for Autism made valentines out of tissue paper and stickers that were presented by their teachers to residents at Park Vista. The students also visited Park Vista. Two of the teachers are, from left, Grace Naji and Beth Maurice. The children pictured standing are Destiny Lopez, left, J.J. Juhasz, Hunter Gonzales and Christopher Roberts, and kneeling are A.J. Walton and Eian Mason.