Monday, May 4, 2015
Miller Elementary students learn about healthy eating, gardening
IN THE NEWS: More than 3,000 students in the San Diego Unified School District are learning valuable life lessons through gardening. The school district received $2.5 million in grant money for the three year program. Miller Elementary is one of five schools to take part in the program to help the kids learn to link what they grow in the garden to what they eat at the dinner table. Angier, Chesterton, Hancock and Mason elementary schools will also participate in the program. Watch more at 10 News.