San Antonio Hosts a Community Conversation on the Long-Range Plan for Public Education

San Antonio Hosts a Community Conversation on the Long-Range Plan for Public Education | San Antonio Charter Moms

The Texas State Board of Education invited members of the San Antonio community to attend a Community Conversation on the Long-Range Plan for Texas Public Education. This event was one of a series of meetings in regions across Texas to… Continue Reading

San Antonio Botanical Garden Opens New Areas to Visitors

Edible nasturtium flower in the culinary garden at the expanded San Antonio Botanical Garden | San Antonio Charter Moms

Beginning Saturday, October 21, 2017, San Antonio families will be able to enjoy new areas of the San Antonio Botanical Garden. Work has been underway for an eight-acre expansion that includes a new entrance, a welcome center, an expanded gift… Continue Reading

Pre-K 4 SA South Education Center Is a Model of High Quality Early Childhood Education

Pre-K 4 SA South Education Center Is a Model of High Quality Early Childhood Education | San Antonio Charter Moms

Pre-K 4 SA‘s South Education Center is a model of high quality early childhood education, but its impact goes far beyond the 500 students served at the center. I recently toured the campus to meet the leaders and learn more… Continue Reading

[Events] Landa Gardens Month: free family events Saturday mornings in May 2014

My kids and I love to hang out at the Landa Library in Monte Vista. The library used to be a stately home, and now the grounds are beautifully landscaped with a playground and a community garden. I love our city parks, and… Continue Reading

KIPP Camino Academy to host First Friday Breakfast on October 4, 2013

It’s a KIPP: San Antonio tradition to hold a First Friday Breakfast at a different campus every month. Last month it was at KIPP Aspire Academy (more details in this earlier post); this month it will be at KIPP Camino Academy, 128 S. Audubon Dr., San Antonio, Texas… Continue Reading

San Antonio Farmer’s Market As Classroom

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Teaching opportunities are everywhere. On Sunday mornings, my kids and I like to visit the Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market. The prices are round numbers, so my son (age 5) can practice math skills by helping me count out the money.… Continue Reading