Students Blow Bubbles to Protest Budget Cuts

La Jolla Elementary School students gathered outside their school on Thursday morning to blow bubbles in protest against budget cuts.

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Students urged state leaders: "Don't blow it! You have the power to fund education NOW!"
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Teachers at La Jolla Elementary School discussed budget cuts and pink slips as students took part in Educate Our State's "This Budget Blows" protest on Thursday morning.
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Student protesters eagerly held signs and blew bubbles at the rally. Their message to state leaders: "This Budget Blows."
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This student, like many others, was prepared to blow bubbles in protest.
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Students stood strong as cars drove by their bubble protest. Including La Jolla Elementary, children at 10 schools across San Diego County took part in the bubble rallies on Thursday morning. Other schools in across California also joined.
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Students and adults united to oppose education budget cuts.
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Students held colorful signs to get their message across.
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Students chanted slogans like "Blow bubbles, not budgets," at the protest.
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Students urged state leaders: "Don't blow it! You have the power to fund education NOW!"
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Students rallied against the dreaded "Pink Slip Day" on March 15, when hundreds of teachers in San Diego were slapped with lay-off notices.
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Signs in hand, student protesters reminded state leaders that education is important to the quality of their futures.
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