“Beautiful Hands” mural at Glenview Elementary

Author and illustrator Kathryn Otoshi returned to Glenview Elementary School on Thursday, April 28, to present a beautiful handprint mural to the school. In her book, “Beautiful Hands,” she shares a message of treating others with kindness and respect. The mural was created using over 800 Glenview student and staff handprints. Ms. Otoshi’s special gift was made possible by the Orange County Department of Education (OCDE). Glenview is grateful for her contribution, and the support of OCDE! The beautiful bird will hang in Glenview’s multipurpose room as a symbol of respect for all. The mural also represents Glenview’s anti-bullying and character development education taking place through its Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) program. Glenview students know that it just takes one person to stand up and make a difference!


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