Holy Family School Challenge: Chase the Rainbow and Spread Hope and Cheer!



Children around the world are posting handmade rainbow artwork in the windows and balconies of their homes to spread hope and cheer during these dark days of COVID-19.

It started with kids in Italy making their own rainbow banners to hang outside that read “Andra’ Tutto Bene,” which translates to “everything is going to be okay” when all the schools, daycare and nursery’s were closed.

Break out the art supplies and draw up some rainbows to showcase outside or inside your home. Whether it’s a crayon etching, or a full-blown painted banner, every rainbow is a reminder that something beautiful always comes after a storm. Take pictures of your rainbow and Email to mrodriguez@holyfamily.org by April 3rd!

Holy Family School, 1301 Rollin St., South Pasadena, (626) 799-4354 or visit school.holyfamily.org.

 

 

 

 

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