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PLACES WE VISIT


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PLACES WE VISIT


Our Educational Farm

At the farm, students meet our friendly goats. Our milking goats are “Sammy” and “Dottie”. We also have some new goat kids! Our farm is also home to a couple of friendly sheep, and “Mr. Peterman”, the llama.

We also visit our chickens and search for eggs in their nesting boxes. Those chickens will eat just about anything…even the food scraps we bring them!

The garden at the farm has lots of tasty vegetables growing in it. Depending on the time of year, our students get to harvest and taste broccoli, lettuce, beets, kale, onions, garlic, cabbage, turnips, carrots, squash, and much more! Students even get to learn about certain flowers that you can actually eat!


Sam MacDonald Park

Do remember when we hiked in the redwoods?

Do you remember how big and old the trees are?

You and your family can come to this amazing park to hike and explore.

Trees common to the redwood forest include the coastal redwood, Douglas fir, various varieties of oak and California bay trees. Trees found on the edge of the redwood forest in drier areas include madrone, California buckeye, and big leaf maple. The drier open areas abound in the springtime with a colorful display of beautiful wildflowers. Some of the prevalent types include sticky monkey flower, wood rose, sun cup and of course California poppy.

Many animals, although not often seen, make their home in the park. A few include deer, raccoon, fox, opossum, bobcat, woodpecker, jay, quail, garter and gopher snakes, banana slugs, and many more.

Location/Directions

From 101 or 280: Take Highway #84 (Woodside-La Honda-San Gregorio Road) west to La Honda. Turn left 1/2 mile past village center in La Honda on the Pescadero Road. The park entrance is on Pescadero Road and 6 miles from the turn-off. From Hwy. #1: Take Pescadero Road turn-off. Go east on Pescadero Road about 11 miles to the park entrance.

Learn more about Sam McDonald Park


Pescadero State Beach and Marsh

This beautiful beach has a mile-long shoreline with sandy coves, rocky cliffs, tide pools, fishing spots, and picnic facilities.

Across the highway is Pescadero Marsh Natural Preserve, a popular spot for bird watchers and other naturalists. The Reserve is a refuge for blue heron, kites, deer, raccoons, foxes, and skunks.

Location/Directions

The beach is located 14.5 miles south of Half Moon Bay on Highway One.

Learn more about Pescadero State Beach


Bean Hollow State Beach

The beach features fishing, picnicking, and beachcombing. Visitors can explore tide pools with anemones, crab, sea urchins, and other marine inhabitants. The beach also has a self-guided nature trail. Swimming is dangerous because of cold water, rip currents, and heavy surf.

Location/Directions

On the San Mateo Coast, Bean Hollow is 17.5 miles south of Half Moon Bay and three miles south of Pescadero on Highway One.

Learn more about Bean Hollow State Beach

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SONGS WE SING


SONGS WE SING


Teamwork, Positivity

Written by Laura Sears

Chorus: Teamwork..Positivity, Teamwork..Positivity, Teamwork..Positivity, Teamwork..Positivity

We’ve got a lot to do here, there’s so much to get done
Vida Verde’s got a plan for us all to have some fun
But if you want to have fun, do something different than at home
You’ve got to work together
You can’t do it alone!
Chorus

At Vida Verde we’ve got goats and they love to meet kids
But they like you to be nice and not flip your lids
When you think happy thoughts you’ve got positivity
Then the goats might let you milk them
It’s a possibility!
Chorus

When you walk into the forest you might say “I don’t like dirt”
“I feel uncomfortable here, and hey, what if I get hurt?”
With positivity you can chase your fears away
And if you help your friends along
It could be your favorite day!
Chorus

Now I heard at Vida Verde they’ve got really great food
You can even do the cooking if you’re in the mood
And if you want the dishes clean for breakfast time
We’ve got to work together
Make an assembly line!
Chorus

Vida Verde’s lots of fun, there’s so many things to do
It might be different from home, but between me and you
Working together and having fun is a great way to be
And living life this way means
New Possibilities!
Chorus


SCAT

It starts with an S and it ends with a T
It comes out of you
and it comes out of me
I know what you’re thinking
But don’t call it that
Let’s be scientific, and call it SCAT
It was a piece of scat
(PIECE OF SCAT!)

You can find it on the ground
It’s usually colored brown
It is shaped in a mound
It is a piece of scat
(PIECE OF SCAT!)

You can smell it with your nose
It’s gonna decompose
It’s where the fungus grows
It is a piece of scat
(PIECE OF SCAT!)

Birds flying through the air
Look out! Beware!
It landed in your hair
It was a piece of scat
(PIECE OF SCAT!)

I was hiking through the fog
When I saw a big log
It came from a dog
It was a piece of scat
(PIECE OF SCAT!)

I was tired of TV
I was checking out the trees
I could smell it on the breeze
It was a piece of scat
(PIECE OF SCAT!)

I know it’s kind of gory
But it’s a true story
It marks territory
It is a piece of scat
(PIECE OF SCAT!)

I picked up a chicken
And something was drippin’
It wasn’t finger-lickin’
It was a piece of scat
(PIECE OF SCAT!)

A squirrel ate a nut
Digested in its gut
It came out of its butt
It was a piece of scat
(PIECE OF SCAT!)

If you park your car
By the woods or a field
You might find something on your windshield
Full of berries
Both purple and white
You just got bombed by a bird in flight
It was a piece of scat
(PIECE OF SCAT!)

Banana Slug

(From the Banana Slug String Band)

You know I love my baby (love my baby)
I love the way that she hugs (way that she hugs)
Some people don’t understand it (don’t understand it)
She’s a banana slug (banana slug)
Chorus

BAAA-NAAA-NAAA SLUG! SLUG! SLUG! SLUG!
BANANA SLUG, BANANA NANA NANA
BANANA SLUG, BANANA NANA NANA
BANANA SLUG, BANANA NANA NANA
BANANA SLUG, BANANA NANA NANA

He’s got just one foot
He ain’t got no toes
He hangs out in the forest
And helps it decompose.
Chorus

Well some folks say that she’s gross
But I won’t take that jive
Cause if it weren’t for my baby
The forest might not survive.
Chorus

The way you wiggle your antenna
You know you give me such bliss
Come on come on come on banana slug
Won’t you blow me a kiss.
Chorus

The way you slide through the forest
You know you look so fine
Come on come on come on banana slug
Won’t you show me your slime.
Chorus

You know I love my baby
But he don’t need me
That’s because he’s hermaphroditic
That means he’s also a she!
Chorus


Sticky as peanut butter
Shade of yellow
Look like banana
But oh so mellow!
Chorus

Shake it up baby
Twist and slime
Come on come on come on banana slug
Oh you slime so fine.
Chorus

She’s got 20,000 teeth
But she never ever smiles
It takes her 9 whole days
To go just one mile!
Chorus


Don’t Worry, the Teepee Song

(to the tune of Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds”)

Lyrics by Laura and Shawn Sears

Chorus
Don’t worry, about a thing
Cause every little thing
is gonna be alright
X2

Rise up in the morning,
smile at my friend sleeping
3 little teepees,
Step out my door hole
Feeling so happy, we made it the whole night through
Singin, this is our message to you
Chorus

All the wild creatures,
are gonna leave you alone
They care about survival
Finding water, food, and home
You’re so much bigger,
they ain’t gonna mess with you
Singin, this is our message to you
Chorus

If in the nighttime,
you feel that you have to go
Don’t try to hold it,
Step out and let it flow.
You’ll feel so much better,
and warmer and back to sleep
Singin, this is our message to you
Chorus

I thought it was scary,
I didn’t want to sleep alone
3 mapachitos,
Might steal my candy
But my friends are with me,
and now I feel right at home
Singin, this is our message to you

 

Mosaic Music

You may remember the music we listened to when we were driving to the ocean, the farm and the redwood forest? It was a CD from a program called the Mosaic Project. Here’s a link to their website where you can here the songs and buy the CD: mosaicproject.org/cds

 
 
 
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PACKING LIST


PACKING LIST


 

YES, BRING THIS STUFF!

  • One bag lunch of healthy food
  • Old clothes and shoes: don’t bring your nice stuff because it could get ruined (we will be sitting on the ground a lot, and getting dirty at the coast)
  • Very warm clothes: 1 warm hat, 1 sweater, 1 coat, 1 pair thick socks, scarf
  • 2 pair shoes/boots
  • 3 changes of clothes, 5 pair regular socks
  • Warm sleeping bag or warm blankets or both
  • Rain coat if you already have one. You don’t need to buy a new one!
  • Toothbrush (Vida Verde has toothpaste you can use!)

NO, LEAVE THIS AT HOME!

  • No junk food or snacks
  • No cell phones or video games
  • No new clothes or new shoes
  • No sandals
  • No cologne, perfume, body spray
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LISTA DEL EQUIPAJE POR CAMPING

Estos artículos están además de lo que usarán ya. Cerciórese de que usen ropas y zapatos viejos(!!) eso puede conseguir sucio.

 
 

SI, TRAEN ESTAS COSAS

  • Un almuerzo saludable
  • 3 cambias de ropas viejas, 5 pares de calcetines
  • 2 pares de zapatos viejos
  • Chaqueta pesada, guantes, y gorro 
  • Saco de dormir o cubijas calurosas
  • Pijamas
  • Sepillo de dientes

NO PERMITIDO

  • Alimentos basura
  • Juegos del vídeo
  • Teléfonos celulares
  • Aromas o fragrancias
 
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OTHER OPPORTUNITIES


OTHER OPPORTUNITIES


CAMPS

enjoy a truly amazing experience at these camps


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OVY Summer Camp

Would you like to go back to the camp where Vida Verde is located, but in the summertime, and for 6 whole days? You can! You can meet kids from all over the Bay Area, and have tons of fun doing all sorts of activities each day. And the great news is that the camp only costs $25!!

 

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Mosaic Project

If you’d like to get your class to go to an amazing 5 day camp that focuses on diversity, peace, acceptance, and leadership, you should definitely go to this website to learn about the Mosaic Project. If you’re a teenager, the Mosaic Project has some very cool leadership opportunities and jobs available for you.

Camp Unalayee

If you'd like to take your outdoor adventuring to the next level Camp Unalayee is the place for you!  At Unalayee you get to spend two weeks in the wilderness backpacking and doing lots of other fun activities like sports, rock-climbing, crafts, and campfires - for as little as $100"

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YES
Nature to Neighborhoods

If you live in Richmond or Contra Costa County, and you’d like a chance to go to summer camp, you should check out this website. In partnership with nature, YES nurtures leaders who champion the wellbeing of our community.


Other Programs & Places


Every Kid In A Park

Hey fourth graders! See America’s natural wonders and historic sites for free. You and your family get free access to hundreds of parks, lands, and waters for an entire year. Learn more about how the Every Kid in a Park initiative that made this possible.

Discover & Go

A first of its kind, Discover & Go provides access to museum free and discounted passes, such as the Asian Art Museum, that can be printed online rather than traditional physical passes that must be picked up and returned to the library. As a Library card holder, you have access to numerous museums and cultural institutions throughout the Bay Area.

Destiny Arts

Destiny Arts is a program in Oakland that promotes peaceful solutions to conflict and violence through the physical practice and artistic expression of martial arts, dance, and youth leadership experiences.

Coyote Point Museum

This is a fascinating museum in San Mateo where you can learn about some of the same things you learn about at Vida Verde. It has over 150 live animals indigenous to the Bay Area; a Bird Aviary containing a brook, native plants, and more than four-dozen indigenous species of birds; and much, much more!

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Girls Inc.

“Inspiring all girls to be STRONG, SMART, and BOLD”. If you are a girl who wants to get involved in some fun and important after-school, weekend, and summer activities, check out these websites. You can join other girls your age in classes on leadership, technology, nutrition, dance, math and science, and much more!

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Oakland Museum of CA

The Oakland Museum of California brings together collections of art, history, and natural science under one roof to tell the extraordinary stories of California and its people. With more than 1.8 million objects, OMCA is a leading cultural institution of the Bay Area and a resource for the research and understanding of California’s dynamic cultural and environmental heritage. 

City of Dreams

Do you live in Hunter’s Point, Hunter’s View, Sunnydale, Oakdale, or Alice Griffith in San Francisco? Would you like to meet an adult who can help you learn to solve problems, overcome fears, try new things, explore your creativity, and have a lot of fun? City of Dreams can help you find a mentor and give you fun opportunities in: challenge ropes courses, camping, museum visits, golfing, sailing, organic farming, skiing, and rock climbing! 

Outdoor Youth Connection

What if you had an opportunity to learn the skills and techniques to take people on an awesome outdoor adventure?  What if you could gain these skills, have a great time learning, and take a group out on an outdoor adventure?  What if you could make a difference in your community and the lives of people around you?  What if you could become a leader!?  Find out more at the OYC website! 

Youth Radio

If you are 14-18 years old and are interested in journalism, you should learn more about Youth Radio, located in Oakland. Since 1992, Youth Radio has served thousands of teenagers by providing free, after-school training programs in broadcast journalism, radio/web production, engineering and media advocacy, and literacy.

Outdoor Afro

Outdoor Afro has become the nation’s leading, cutting edge network that celebrates and inspires African American connections and leadership in nature. We help people take better care of themselves, our communities, and our planet.

Latino Outdoors

Latino Outdoors is connecting familias and youth with nature, engaging and inspiring Latino leadership, and empowering communities to explore and share their stories in defining the Latino Outdoors identity.

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GROUP PHOTOS


GROUP PHOTOS


 

Group Photos

Click on your class name from the list below to see your Vida Verde Group Photo. Photos are listed by the year of your visit. 

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2014-2015

Lighthouse: Janklow, 5th Grade
Lighthouse: Leshin, 5th Grade
Rocketship Los Suenos: Valdez, 4th Grade
Rocketship Los Suenos: Pineault, 4th Grade
Rocketship Los Suenos: Germano, 4th Grade
Willow Oaks: Edwards, 5th Grade
Willow Oaks: Haxton, 5th Grade
EPACS: Turner, 4th Grade
EPACS: Hasan, 4th Grade
East Oakland Pride: Petty, 5th
East Oakland Pride: Laz-Hirsch, 5th
TCN: Hatschek, 4th Grade
TCN: Everhart, 4th Grade
ERES: Ayala, 5th Grade
Riverside: Duran, 5th Grade
Rocketship Fuerza: Aguilar, 4th Grade
Rocketship Fuerza: Pacos, 4th Grade
Belle Haven: Troung, 4th Grade
Belle Haven: Majchrowicz, 4th Grade
Chavez: Ahnstedt, 4th Grade
Chavez: Wilson, 4th Grade
Ruus: Kennedy, 6th Grade
Bayshore: McZ, 4th Grade
Allendale: Jackson, 4th Grade
CCPA: Sonnenberg, 6th Grade
CCPA: Mendez, 6th Grade
Willow Oaks: Torregano, 5th Grade
Brentwood: Chen, 5th Grade

2013-2014

Lighthouse: Baetens, 5th Grade
Lighthouse: Kretschmar, 5th Grade
Rocketship Mateo Sheedy: Mateos, 4th Grade
Rocketship Mateo Sheedy: Yeung, 4th Grade
Rocketship Mateo Sheedy: Colon, 4th Grade
Rocketship Los Suenos: Orozco, 4th Grade
Willow Oaks: Tuivaiti, 5th Grade
Willow Oaks: Edwards, 5th Grade
East Oakland Pride: Petty, 5th Grade
EPACS: Turner, 4th Grade
EPACS: Hasan, 4th Grade
Riverside: Watson, 5th Grade
Brentwood: Smith, 5th Grade
Brentwood: Moreno and Brown, 5th Grade
Brentwood: Chen, 5th Grade
EC Reems: Vang, 5th and 6th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Brunetti, 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Wilson and Wong: 4th Grade
Bowman: Skibbins and Romero-Rodrigues, 4th Grade
Ruus: Kennedy, 6th Grade
Bayshore: McZ and Baker, 4th Grade
TCN: Everhart, 4th Grade
CCPA: Sonnenberg, 6th Grade
CCPA: Sonnenberg, 6th Grade
Allendale: Jackson, 4th Grade
Belle Haven: Majchrowicz, 4th Grade
TCN: Hatschek, 4th Grade

2012-2013

EPACS: Hardinger, 4th Grade
EPACS: Ban, 4th Grade
TCN: Hatschek, 4th Grade
Brentwood: Jones, 5th Grade
Rocketship Los Suenos: Orozco, 4th Grade
Rocketship Los Suenos: Orozco, 4th Grade
Elmhurst: 6th Grade
Elmhurst: 6th Grade
Elmhurst: 6th Grade
Bowman: Skibbins, 4th Grade
Willow Oaks: Pietsch, 5th Grade
Willow Oaks: Koopmans, 5th Grade
Brentwood, 6th Grade
Rocketship Mateo Sheedy, 4th Grade
Rocketship Mateo Sheedy, 4th Grade
Bayshore: McZ and Thompson, 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond, 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond, 4th Grade
Alliance: 6th Grade
Ruus: Kennedy, 6th Grade
Lighthouse: Corley, 5th Grade
Lighthouse
Coliseum College Prep
Coliseum College Prep
Riverside: Porzig
Brentwood: 5th Grade
Belle Haven: Johnson, 5th Grade

2011-2012

Lighthouse: Kretschmar, 5th Grade
Lighthouse: Baetens, 5th Grade
Willow Oaks: McKenna, 5th Grade
Willow Oaks: Pietsch, 5th Grade
Elmhurst: "University of Arizona-Wildcats" and "Cal Bears", 5th Grade
Elmhurst: "University of Oregon-Ducks", 5th Grade
Elmhurst: "USC-Trojans", 5th Grade
Brentwood: Jones, 5th Grade
Rocketship, Mateo Sheedy: Patel, 4th Grade
Bayshore: McZ and Oceguera, 4th Grade
Edison: Gallup, 6th Grade
TCN: Casaretto, 4th Grade
TCN: Hatschek, 4th Grade
Rocketship, Mateo Sheedy: Mateos, 4th Grade
EPACS: Ban, 4th Grade
Riverside: Porzig, 5th Grade
Edison: Gallup, 6th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Brunetti, 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Smith and Wong, 4th Grade
Rocketship Los Suenos: 4th Grade
Bowman: Skibbins, 4th Grade
Ruus: Kennedy, 6th Grade
Alliance: Wolfe, 6th Grade
Coliseum College Prep: Sonnenberg, 6th Grade
Allendale: Jackson, 4th Grade
EPACS: Hardinger, 4th Grade

2010-2011

Alliance: Ortega and Wolfe, 6th Grade
Alliance: Ortega, 6th Grade
Alliance: Wolfe, 6th Grade
Bayshore: Jackson and McZ, 4th Grade
Elmhurst: Mehta and Groves, 6th Grade
Elmhurst: Reese and O'Hare, 6th Grade
EPACS: Crosby, 4th Grade
Lighthouse: Janklow, 5th Grade
Lighthouse: Thiercof, 5th Grade
Rocketship: Guerrero, 4th Grade
Rocketship: Nees, 4th Grade       
Rocketship, Si Se Puede: Burkholder, 4th Grade
Rocketship: Chandler, 4th Grade   
Rocketship: LeBuhn, 4th Grade   
Rocketship: Tangindan, 4th Grade   
EPACS: Milo, 4th Grade
Bowman: Skibbins, 4th Grade   
Chavez Richmond: Wong, 4th Grade   
Chavez Richmond: Wilson, 4th Grade   
Ruus: Kennedy, 6th Grade
Coliseum College Prep: Bray, 6th Grade
Allendale: Jackson, 4th Grade
Think College Now: Hatschek, Touhy, 4th Grade
Think College Now: Casaretto, Touhy, 4th Grade
Bellehaven: Haslam, 4th Grade
Chavez Richmon: Brunetti, 4th Grade

 

2009-2010

Lighthouse:  Ms. Baetens 5th Grade
Lighthouse:  Ms. Kretschmar 5th Grade
Rocketship Mateo Sheedy: Mr Avila, Mr Tandigan, Ms Guerrero, 4th Grade
Rocketship Mateo Sheedy: Mr. Avila, Mr. Nadeau, Ms Burt, 4th Grade
Elmhurst:  Ms. Quayle, Ms. Mehta, Mr. Reese 6th Grade
Elmhurst:  Ms. Mehta, Mr. Reese 6th Grade
Elmhurst:  Ms. O'Hare, Ms. Groves 6th Grade
Willow Oaks: Ms. McKenna, 5th Grade
TCN:  Ms. Neary, Ms. Touhy, 4th Grade
Alliance:  Ms. Green, 6th Grade
Rocketship2 Si Se Puede: Ms. Burkholder, 4th Grade
TCN: Ms. Casaretto, 4th Grade
Willow Oaks: Ms. Yonamine, 4th Grade
Willow Oaks: Ms. Yamashita, 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Mr. Brunetti, 4th Grade
Bayshore: Ms. Jackson, 4th Grade
Bayshore: Ms. Brandy, Ms. McZ, 4th Grade
Bowman: Ms. Skibbins, 4th Grade
Allendale: Ms. Jackson, 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Mr. Wilson, 4th Grade

2008-2009

Chavez SF: Zareen Levien, Liz Kimball 3rd Grade
Elmhurst: Mr Reese, Ms. O'Hare 6th Grade
Elmhurst: Ms. O'Hare, Ms. Groves 6th Grade
Lighthouse: Ms. Kretschmar 5th Grade
LUCHA: Ms. McGonnegle 3rd Grade
LUCHA: Ms. McGonnegle 3rd Grade
Patton Academy: Ms. Ford, Ms. Carlson
LUCHA: Ms. Salazar 3rd Grade
Lighthouse: Mr. Janklow 6th Grade
Lighthouse: Ms. Thiercof 6th Grade
Girl's Inc: Mariela Donis 6th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Porzig/Shelton 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Mr. Brunetti 4th Grade
Willow Oaks:  Ms. McKenna, 5th Grade
New Highland Academy:  Ms. Dordell, 3-5th Grades
ICS:  Ms. Long and Mr. Benjumea, 3rd Grade
Civicoprs:  Ms. Mills and Mr. Bartone, 3rd Grade
KIPP SF Bay Academy:  Ms. Broderick, 5th and 6th Grade
EPACS: Mr. Crosby, 4th Grade
Belle Haven:  Mr.Haxton, 4th Grade
Allendale:  4th-5th, Ms. Prival and Ms. Jackson

2007-2008

Chavez EPA: Mr. Romero 5th Grade
Chavez EPA: Mr. Ingram 5th Grade
Chavez EPA: Ms. Nguyen 5th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Lazarescu 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Ms Porzig 4th Grade
Chavez SF: Mr Russell and Ms. Levien 3rd Grade
EC Reems: Ms. Hollis 5th Grade
Elmhurst: Mr. Reese, Ms. Eastman 6th Grade
I.C.S. Ms. Long 3rd Grade
Lighthouse: Ms. Theircof 5th Grade
Lighthouse: Mr. Janklow 6th Grade
LUCHA: Ms. Salazar, Ms. Watanabe 3rd Grade
Patton Academy: Ms. Ford, Ms. Carlson 4th-5th Grade
Ruus: Ms. Sampe 4th Grade

2006-2007

Chavez: Mr. Ingrahm 4th Grade
Chavez EPA: Ms. Yamashita 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Ms. Crocker 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Ms. Lazarescu 4th Grade
Chavez SF: Mr. Arias 3rd Grade
Chavez Richmond: Ms. Henderson 4th Grade
EC Reems: Ms. Hollis 5th Grade
Edison School: Ms. Nick 5th Grade
Elmhurst: Mr. Reese, Ms. Eastman
Elmhurst: Mr. Reese, Ms. Eastman 6th Grade
EPACS: Ms. Graham 4th Grade
EPACS: Ms. Eichelberger, Ms. Kling
Lighthouse: Mrs. Kretchmore 6th Grade
Lighthouse: Mr. Janklow 5th Grade
LUCHA: Ms. Meager 3rd Grade
Willow Oaks: Ms. Moura 5th Grade

2005-2006

Belle Haven: Ms. White 6th Grade
Chavez EPA: Mr. Palomo 4th Grade
Chavez EPA: Mrs. Gordoa, 4th Grade
Chavez EPA: Mrs. Harney 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Mr. Brunetti 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Ms. Porzig 4th Grade
Chavez SF: Mr. Arias 3rd Grade
Chavez SF: Mrs. Sandoval 3rd Grade
Coastside Children's Program
EC Reems: Ms. Hollis 5th and 6th Grades
EPACS: Ms. Kling 4th Grade
Girls Inc., Melissa Bryan Summer
I Have a Dream, Rachel Young, Mixed Grades
I.C.S.: Ms. Foo, Ms. Cady 3rd Grade
Lighthouse: Ms. Scott 6th Grade
Lighthouse: Mrs. Morgan 6th Grade
LUCHA: Ms. Meager 3rd Grade
Willow Oaks: Ms. Nick,  Ms. Rush 4th Grade

2004-2005

Belle Haven: Ms. White 5th Grade
Chavez EPA: Mr. Palomo 4th Grade
Chavez EPA: Ms. Lee 4th Grade
Chavez EPA: Ms. Gordoa 4th Grade
Chavez EPA: Mr. Wright 6th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Ms. Porzig 4th Grade
Coastside Children's Program Summer
EC Reems: Ms. Hollis, Mr. Ziedler 5th-6th Grades
Elmhurst: Ms. Wu 6th Grade
Girls Inc: Mr. Mcelrain
Girls Inc: Ms. Bryan
Girls Inc Eco Girls: Ms. Bryan, Summer
I Have a Dream: Rachel Young
I.C.S. Ms Arantxa, Ms. Foo 3rd Grade
Lighthouse: Ms. Vergara 6th Grade
LUCHA: Preston Smith 3rd Grade
 

2003-2004

Chavez EPA: Mr. Puerta 4th Grade
Chavez EPA: Mr. Villafan 4th Grade
Chavez EPA: Ms. Lee 4th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Ms. Iounid 4th Grade
Elmhurst: Mr Franklin 6th Grade
Elmhurst: Ms. Wu 6th Grade
Girls Inc: Ms. Bryan Mixed Grades
I.C.S.
Parker Elementary: Ms. Barret 3rd Grade
Willow Oaks, Ms. Haig 4th Grade
Belle Haven, Mr. Picket

2002-2003

Ascend School: Mr Poretta 1st Grade
Belle Haven: Ms. Sheehan 6th Grade
Chavez Richmond: Ms. Iounid 4th Grade
Elmhurst: Ms. Wu 6th Grade
EPACS: Ms. Madnig, Ms Jones 6th Grade
Havenscourt Middle: Mr. Shin 4th Grade
KIPP Oak College Prep: Ms. Ohle 5th Grade
KIPP Oak College Prep: Ms. McManus 5th Grade
Lighthouse: Ms. Duboise, Ms. Jenn
Ms. Godfry 5th Grade
Parker: Ms. Barrett Mixed Grades
Visitacion Valley: Ms. Remalia 3rd Grade

2001-2002

Belle Haven: Ms. Sheehan 4th Grade
Belle Haven: Mr Mitchell 4th Grade
Belle Haven: Ms. Moore 4th Grade
EC Reems: Mr. Ziedler 6th Grade
EC Reems: Ms. Melton
Edna Brewer: Ms. Blundell Mixed Grades
Ms. Bode