In 2009, Vine Street School celebrated its centennial with a year full of activities, which included the making of a DVD, classroom garden planters, and hosting a visit of the "LAUSD: A Legacy of
Learning" portable exhibit to the campus. Guests were able to view decades of class photos and artifacts showing the numerous changes that Vine Street has undergone throughout its 100
years. The year's exciting calendar culminated on June 16, 2010, when the school leadership dedicated and buried a time capsule on the school grounds. Over 200 parents joined present
and past students and staff, along with the principal, Mr. Stehr, in an international dance performance followed by the time capsule ceremony. Students and teachers wore centennial t-shirts
and listened to the Principal's inspirational remarks. Then many had the opportunity to shovel dirt into the capsule's hole before the commemorative bronze plaque was laid on top.
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Contents of the time capsule buried September 26, 2009: