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Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center
Parents at Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center learned the steps to a healthy lifestyle through the program, “Healthy Food, Healthy Families,” a seven-week program centered on nutrition education with particular emphasis on making healthier food choices in family life.“Healthy Foods, Healthy Families” is a program within the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service.
Students at Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center transformed into scientists as they presented their research projects to their families and friends at Family Science Night last Thursday. This year, the school introduced a standards-based science fair.
TCU’s first home football game on Saturday kicked off Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center’s fourteenth year sponsoring its annual Park for the Arts program. Park for the Arts provides parking for patrons of TCU home football games in the Alice Carlson parking lot and field, located on Cantey Street across from the university. The proceeds earned are used toward Alice Carlson’s arts program and wherever else funding is most needed.
Third graders and college students alike braved the brief hailstorm to come out to the first Alice Carlson Artist Night.
The gardeners at this 109 garden are still in grade school. The Outdoor Learning Environment has perfectly executed the philosophy of Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center, to apply real world principles to students’ lives and education.