Upper Elementary

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Obesity and overweight in Mexico are a public health problem directly related to conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, alterations cardiac, neurological, renal, spinal and joint deformation. It is possible to work with these diseases from an early age from the incorporation of recreational strategies of learning about "good eating", which implies the incorporation of foods from each group nutritional, that is, fats, carbohydrates, proteins, fruits and vegetables, legumes, dairy products and sugars.

St. Patrick School

We are a team of two teachers/parents who have been working with a small group of middle school students, known as the Green Team, for the last 3 years.  St.

Chattahoochee Hills Charter School

VISION: Our Vision is for students to live meaningful, healthy, flourishing lives through immersion in the arts, agriculture, and the environment.

MISSION: Our Mission is to inspire all children to the highest levels of academic achievement through a rigorous curriculum that integrates the wonders of the natural world.

Creative Arts Charter School

Our public charter school is focused on using the arts, including visual, music, dance and theater. We aim to teach all subjects in our K-8 school through project-based methods with arts-integration. Our school was founded by parents in 1994, and it is one of the oldest charter schools in California. It is a high-perfoming non-profit school with a highly diverse group of students. We use ideas adapted from studies including Harvard's Project Zero with regard to arts integration.


HIP Ag K-20 Ag-Nutrition Pipeline serves through offering farm fieldtrips, in-class and in-school garden workshops, HS farmer mentorship for Kohala Ag & IET classes, and post secondary 1-year farm apprenticeship.  HIP Ag serves as partner to Kohala DOE complex to support Hawaii State's F2S and G2C pilot programs.  Mission: To practice and teach ecologically conscious agriculture, empowering individuals and communities to cultivate alternative systems of living that restore human and environmental health. 

Donaldson Way: Growing and Learning in the Garden

Our mission is to create a balance between technology and connection to the earth.  The focus of our program is duel.  The importance of knowing how our food grows and the availability of time and space to engage with learning in an outdoor environment.  Our school is part of a larger group known as New Technology Network and we incorporate use of technology and project based learning in our classrooms grades K-5.  We are building a garden and outdoor classroom aimed at supporting these projects and teachers in a way that creates hands on, real world opportunies for our students.

Whittle School and Studios

Our hopes are high, and by them we are bound together.

We are creating an extraordinary and unique school, the first truly modern institution serving children from age three to 18 and the first global one. We want to change for the better the lives of those students who attend and, beyond our own campuses, contribute to the cause of education on every continent. We measure our merit not through the narrowness of exclusivity but through the breadth of our impact.

Una escuela de colores México

Una escuela de colores aims to connect with food to children and adults in a positive way. We believe that the game is one of the essential tools for the educational process, that is why we work from a vision where self discovery, free play, philosophy for children, attentive listening are fundamental for the development of our programs. Biodiversity is a fundamental part of our program. Mexico has very serious health problems and also has a great opportunity from our identity and gastronomy that we seek to rescue and show to the new generation.


We have bought a land in the South of France. Our 3 children will be giving permaculture classes to visiting families and online.

Hilltop Montessori School Teaching Kitchen

We are a small Montessori school that recently started our lunch program with a focus on from-scratch recipes made with locally sourced produce. We have many raised bed gardens around the school. The students are able to harvest items for our salad bar when they are in season. Our goal is to start teaching our students through Garden and Kitchen curriculum. 


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