Concrete Schools Celebrate Red Ribbon Week with a Unique Contest Article by: Marlena White and Elizabeth Ruth Concrete middle and high school students participated in a door decorating contest in honor of Red Ribbon Week, one of the nation’s largest and longest running drug use prevention
MLK Day Work Party at Evergreen Elementary! On January 17th, Sedro-Woolley Farm to School partnered with Evergreen Elementary School to expand their usable garden space. With the help of some amazing volunteers, including students, parents, teachers, community heroes, and even Evergreen’s own principal, we were able to accomplish a lot in
Concrete Elementary 3rd graders showing off their egg carton collection activity this week in the garden. Elementary Fall Garden is Back! Article by: Becky Moore and Niko Alexander This fall, we are so excited to be back in the swing of things after a challenging year.
Left to right: Program Coordinator Becky Moore, Program Assistant Vanessa Aiken, Peer Leader Travis Brookings, Program Assistants Charlie Bartel, Zach Rogers, Jade McAdam, and James Murray, and Program Coordinator Rachel Muia. Concrete HS Student Assistants Learn Essential Skills Article by: Becky Moore and Niko Alexander
Reducing Teen Alcohol Use -- Sedro-Woolley Parent Survey Results Article by: Danika Troupe, CHES A common misperception some people have about teenagers is that all teens drink alcohol. Debunking this myth is easily accomplished by looking at the data! Current alcohol use (defined as any use in the past 30-days)
Increased Benefits for Fruit & Veggies From June through September 2021, women & children 1-5 will have $35 per person each month to buy fruits & vegetables! The benefits will be available on your "First Date to Spend" starting in June.You can
Concrete high school students learn how to work together and use a tool called a broadfork to mix up soil and compost in our brand new garden beds! Breaking Ground on our New Growing Space Article by: Becky Moore March 2021 Big updates from Concrete Farm to School!
Trek for Treasure: The Ultimate Summer Adventure Program Article by: Mark Pearson, Active Living Program Manager Est. reading time: 3 minutes For over ten years Trek for Treasure, a program of United General District 304, has been bringing people together to hike some of the best trails the northwest
Article by: Elizabeth Ruth Est. reading time: 5 minutes March 7-13th is National AmeriCorps Week, a celebration of the nationwide service initiative and the over one million members who have pledged to “Get Things Done” since the program started in 1994. In addition to being united in service to help solve
Article by: Susan Goss Est. reading time: 3 minutes What is Vroom? Vroom is a free collection of brain-building tips for parents and caregivers of children from birth to age 5. Vroom tools and resources are available on a website and free downloadable app. Brain-building activities help give young