- Author: Susan L Lafferty
- Author: Deepa Sirvastra
Students participating in the Lakeside Elementary After School Program had a fun filed afternoon of organized games from the CATCH activity box. Each class participated in Crows & Cranes, Rainbow and Partner tag followed with an obstacle course where they could show off their talents of jumping hurdles, throwing bean bags and shooting pool noodle arrows. The smiles on their faces said it all when the day ended with a healthy snack of popcorn and water.
Men belong in the kitchen. Women belong in the kitchen. Children belong in the kitchen. EVERYONE belongs in he kitchen as evidenced by the participants in the "CHOP" cook off event held at Jefferson Charter School. The READY after school program invited students and parents to compete in a cooking event. A few basics were provided but the families were able to bring their own secret ingredients to make a special plate for the judges to taste. While the points were close, the Herrera family came up with the winning dish. Congratulations to all the participants!