The popular children’s books, “Planting a Rainbow” and “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Lois Ehlert were read to inspire teachers to create art that reflect a garden theme.
Nearly 200 students, parents and community members from attending the Latino Role Models and Parent Education Conference.
Increasingly, public K-12 schools have noted and looked for ways to incorporate the ever-growing research that toxic stress or trauma affects the brain development and function of children.
Seed-to-Table—Your Future Is Our Business (YFIOB) 13th Annual Luncheon Showcases the Skills and Talents of Local CTEP High School Students
Monschke Hall across from Cabrillo College was buzzing with activity
The Santa Cruz County Office of Education, in collaboration with the Arts Council Santa Cruz County, was delighted to once again sponsor a week-long Summer Arts Institute for K-8 teachers.