St. Boniface Preschool has teamed up with the Florida Farm to School program to teach children from where their food comes. Florida Farm to School South Central District co-ordinator Zach Glorioso and University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Services granted St. Boniface $250 for gardening supplies, tools and resources. Preschool Director Sarah Schebel is working with Glorioso to develop a curriculum that is appropriate for use in an early-childhood setting. Schebel is also working with parents on gardening at home with preschoolers.
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28 Meet The Sky
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29 SILL Global Issues Lecture
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
29 SILL Global Issues Seminar
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29 3rd annual Fashionistas for a Cause Bartending Fundraiser
Sarasota County crime continues decline
Total countywide offenses followed a five-year downward trend with a 10% drop in 2014, according to Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office data.
Commission hopes to rekindle affordable housing talks
At an informal meeting of the City Commission Tuesday, board members broached a number of big picture issues, including the need for more affordable housing in Sarasota.
Pine View teacher arrested for pawning laptops
Sarasota County deputies arrested Pine View School art teacher Adam Seider Tuesday, for allegedly pawning several school computers, and more charges are pending.