The Italian American Heritage Foundation chose decorations that celebrate the Carnival of Venice, including masks that different social classes wear hide their identity.
Students placed pictures of themselves on blue glitter circles that were then laminated for ornaments on their tree.
Mothers and their children from the Moms Club have decorated their tree as a creative outlet for the last four years.
Sheep and roadsigns warning about sheep decorate this tree themed after the group's show "On the Road to Cowal," a town in Scotland.
Members of the Portuguese American Club decorated their tree with colors from the Portuguese Flag.
The Angel decorations on this tree represent the diversity that can be found in their congregation and in San Jose.
Children made paper dolls that looked like themselves with fabric, paper, and pictures of their heads while others painted colorful pine cones.
Students created wreaths for their tree while building positive social skills and rapport and reinforcing their creative strengths.
The decorations on this tree represent the Pilipino/Pilipino-American culture that Akbayan represents.
Angels on this tree were made of recyclable items that did not add to the carbon footprint.
The decorations on this tree are white rabbit clocks with pictures of the characters in the upcoming production of Alice in Wonderland.
Tools and a hard hat on this tree represents the affordable homes families and volunteers help to construct in Silicon Valley.
Ornaments on this tree celebrate the faces of the children from the Early Intervention Program.
Students from Wilcox High School chose Joy to the World as the theme for their tree.
Students from Mrs. Pereira's Kindergarten class made reindeer ornaments by tracing their hands and foot.
Students from the Interior Design program decorated their tree after the movie "Despicable Me."