Tom Smart, Deseret News
SALT LAKE CITY — Students ended their school year with a splash of fun and color.
The annual Color Day took place Tuesday at the McCarthey Campus of Rowland Hall School. Each age wears a different brightly colored T-shirt to indicate their grade level. Games, water play, parades, music, dancing, and lots of smiling faces — Color Day has been a tradition at Rowland Hall for more than two decades.
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