Elementary, middle and high school students from Title 1 schools in the Edgewood Independent School District received an early Christmas present thank to the Prairie View A&M University Cooperative Extension Program, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and Edgewood ISD. Fifty-six pairs of new tennis shoes, donated by AgriLife Extension, Prairie View A&M College of …

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Fourteen youth, ages 13-18, from throughout Bexar County and an adult leader have volunteered to serve as “nutrition ambassadors” to spread the word about healthy eating to people in their respective communities. “These young people were part of the recent statewide Youth Leadership Laboratory at Prairie View A&M, said Desiree Rucker, Cooperative Extension Program agent for 4-H and Youth Development in …

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As a child, who didn’t look forward to summer break? No homework, no early rising, and summer vacations! For many, this break is the time to put your feet up, stay up late, and catch up on sleep. It’s easy to become a couch potato. However, no matter the season, children still need their 60 minutes of play each day. Without the routine of Physical Education or recess, parents may …

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