Enjoy a look at what we’ve been doing in training since January through this video from LATO volunteer Maria Hassett!
These outstanding students have done a remarkable job demonstrating natural curiosity, eagerness to learn, care for nature, leadership skills, kindness and respect for others.
Thank you so much:
Ocean View Principal Sarah Butler, staff and teachers
Keira Mitchell, Laurel Allen and Kristina Doles
Key OA training volunteer team members Alison Jackson, Claire Grether, Sally Krenn, Carol Sinsheimer, Dennis Sheridan, Judith Hildinger, Lydia Lawson, Leigh Ramirez, Maria Hassett, David Smithers and viagra pas cher many more.
All OA parents and especially those helping with the field trip and graduation – Cindy Dodson, Kari Sinner, Kirsten Landers, Kristin Anderson, Jill Jackson, Denise Sullivan and Elaine Reeves.
AND to Barbara Martin who kindly and generously volunteered to sew the new logo patches on OA vests + make adult docent vests!
LATO and the Oak Ambassador program are supported by grants, private donations, a lot of volunteer power, and community partnerships. Special thanks to the Arroyo Grande Sportsman’s Club, SLO County Fish and Game Fines Committee and Chevron Corporation Community Grants for their special support of the OA program at Ocean View School.
LATO volunteer ~ OA training video creator is shown proudly wearing one of the new vests (with LATO mascot Buster):