Newsletter

Howdy! Check out SustyKids on Facebook!

Go ahead. Copy and paste or just click on over! https://www.facebook.com/sustykidsinc Betcha you’ll be glad you did and hope that you’ll “like us”.      

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Here’s To Another Great Quilting Season!

Thanks Katy and Sandi and Rosalie (we missed you!) for another great year. Already looking forward to next year’s project.

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Our First County Grant!

        Well it’s official. Get Healthy San Mateo County, East Palo Alto Charter School and Susty Kids Inc. partner and launch “The Hydroponics Adventure! “  Together we will inspire these children to become our community’s future generation of water conscious food planters, growers and harvesters. Susty Farmers! We will update you as the story unfolds. We thank San Mateo County’s Get Healthy Eating Initiative for their amazing grant and EPACS for all of their brilliant educators who farm the fields...

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Breaking News! It’s time to keep on leveling that playing field.

East Palo Alto Charter School and Susty Kids Inc: Partners in Local Hydroponic Farming and Eating Healthy!

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Ask Avery!

Welcome to Ask Avery!  Avery is 11 years old and is our first Susty Girl to ask for an online challenge and an opportunity  to better serve our community by receiving, researching and answering your environmental questions.  So, let’s get started! Send your questions to askavery at sustygirl.org.  Remember to make sure that each question that you ask is in some way linked to the environment, our world.   Big people over at our end have the monitoring and safeguarding and filtering up, ready and set to go.   Thank you Avery for letting all of us learn through...

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Triplets! Welcome to EPACS!

      Good Stuff.  It’s a boy! It’s a boy! And it’s another boy! We have triplets! Welcome Summer, Shadow and Blue Marble to your new Aqua Farm Home at East Palo Alto Charter School! Three Beautiful Bouncing Baby Fancy Guppies. We think that Susty Steve Bob Fish would be proud. No doubt, Uncle Larry and Uncle Bubbles are grinning from gill to...

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