Soloman elementary pig-kissing

| November 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
Kama the Surfing Pig is introduced to students at the Solomon Elementary School Cafeteria, Tuesday. Three pigs made appearances at Solomon as part of a first-grade reading challenge made by Principal Sally Omalza (top, left). Kama's owner, Kai Holt, stands by to assist the principal.  (Photos by Wendy Nakasone, School Liaison Office; Child, Youth and School Support Services; Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation)

Kama the Surfing Pig is introduced to students at the Solomon Elementary School Cafeteria, Tuesday.
Three pigs made appearances at Solomon as part of a first-grade reading challenge made by Principal Sally Omalza (top, left).
Kama’s owner, Kai Holt, stands by to assist the principal.
(Photos by Wendy Nakasone, School Liaison Office; Child, Youth and School Support Services; Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation)

 Principal Sally Omalza kisses a pig friend of Kama the Surfing Pig, Tuesday, in the school cafeteria.  Omalza had challenged her first-graders to read 1,000 books and promised to kiss a pig if they met her goal. The students won the challenge and reportedly enjoyed watching the pig-kissing.

Principal Sally Omalza kisses a pig friend of Kama the Surfing Pig, Tuesday, in the school cafeteria.
Omalza had challenged her first-graders to read 1,000 books and promised to kiss a pig if they met her goal.
The students won the challenge and reportedly enjoyed watching the pig-kissing.

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