Check out what Harlandale ISD, Judson ISD, SAISD, Northside ISD, South San ISD have been doing to promote #livingyourbestlife â€‹
Harlandale ISD On September 27th, children, families, teachers and administrators celebrated the grand opening of a new learning garden at Collier Elementary. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in San Antonio provided an engaging and fun curriculum. The garden is an incredible opportunity for students to enjoy an immersive, science-driven, classroom experience.
Promoting health and activity, students will learn how to grow and harvest their own vegetables, make better food choices and prepare nutritious recipes they can share with their families.
“This is our first school-wide garden, so we’re super excited,” Collier Elementary Pre-K Teacher Melissa Acosta said. “I think it’s important to expose kids to a lot more things out there,” Acosta added. “This garden will not only help them in life, but will also help them right now with what they’re doing in science, math, reading, and writing, so it’s going to help them all across the board.”
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9/29 : Judson ISD
The big JISD District Rodeo is coming up in October at Rutledge Stadium and it’s always amazing to see the skills these kids have learned. Take a look at these campus events and see how they roll!
SAISD The San Antonio Spurs Hype Squad took over P.E. at Cameron Elementary. The Hype Squad members led students in a spirited sweat session with a Zumba warm-up, a hype chant, a dance contest, a t-shirt toss and more.
Original post on SAISD FB
Northside ISD (2) It’s another Farm Fresh Friday in our elementary cafeterias! Child Nutrition staff at Brauchle and May elementary schools are ready to introduce students to broccoli! .
Meanwhile, at O’Connor High School, the annual Ag in Action program was an adventure in learning. Approximately 1,400 4th graders visited O’Connor to learn about agriculture through presentations by 300 O’Connor students. They’ll hear presentations on nutrition, soil, horticulture, ag mechanics and get up close with sheep, goats, poultry, swine, and steer.