Last Saturday, the Agriscience teens went on a field trip. We started out at Global Foods Market, an international market in Kirkwood. We were given a tour by the manager, during which we met the world's spiciest pepper, the world's smelliest cheese, and the world's smelliest fruit. Oh, and we held a skinned head of a lamb. Then the teens each got two dollars, which we had gotten from donations for our vegetables last summer, and they were able to spend that to buy something they had never had before. After that, we went to Powder Valley Nature Center. We got to see some live venomous snakes that live in St. Louis, an albino deer, and lots of exhibits. Some teens also had time to go on a hike.
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The YES Program strives to educate our teens in STEAM as best as possible. Sometimes, this means taking field trips. In order for YES teens to participate in our field trips, they must turn in the following form annually!Click here for the 2014-2015 Field Trip Form!
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St. Louis is one of the top cities in the United States for startup entrepreneurs, and yet, many of the teens we serve feel little control over their financial future. They have innovative ideas, but don’t know how to materialize them.
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