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Education foundations generate excitement, funds

The Pasadena ISD Education Foundation, a nonprofit that has awarded more than $1.6 million to Pasadena school district teachers and staff members for programs and projects, was listed at No. 47 among foundations reviewed in the 100 largest U.S. school districts in Stepping Up: The Clear Creek Education Foundation is in its 23nd year. Since 2011, it has provided close to $2 million to teachers and staff in the Clear Creek school district. A wetlands outdoor program, an aquaponics garden, a student literary magazine and a makerspace creative center where students are invited to take part in hands-on, do-it-yourself activities were among dozens of projects recently awarded funding for the upcoming school year. Besides the teacher grants, the Clear Creek foundation has provided money for standard classroom needs such as replacement computer keyboards. Among this year's grants, the program is funding the purchase of a 3-D printer for a robotics club at Alexander Middle School, setting up a creative technology center at C.J. Harris Elementary School and establishing a student newspaper at Cockrell Elementary School. Other money is going to start a circuit training fitness program at Lawhon Elementary School, expand a ukulele music program at Massey Ranch Elementary School, start a science club at Sablatura Middle School, purchase playground equipment for special-needs children at Shadycrest Elementary School and create a yoga fitness program at Turner College and Career High School.

Explore world of Mars at Space Center

Some big fun is in store at Space Center Houston's summer exhibit, " Space: A Journey to Our Future," which gives visitors a chance to experience the excitement of space travel close to home. The exhibit, which runs through Sept. 7, gives participants an up close and personal view of the human effort to get to Mars, the second smallest planet in the Solar System. When they arrive, visitors will walk through an interactive entrance and enter a Mars base camp, where they can build their own first human colonies, Richard Allen Jr., president and CEO of Space Center Houston, said in a press release. Visitors can also touch a Mars rock and train like an astronaut in the exhibit, which is produced by Evergreen Exhibitions and presented in educational collaboration with NASA. Guests will experience space exercise through a spin on a centrifuge that is powered like a bicycle, simulating the exercise that astronauts undertake for two hours a day in space to prevent muscle and bone loss due to microgravity on long missions. Tickets at the door range from $18.95 for children to $23.95 for adults with discounts for seniors and active military, or save $3 and skip the ticket lines by buying online. "GHF will celebrate the island's rich heritage by recognizing the people and cultures that came to Galveston in the 19th and 20th centuries," Dwayne Jones, GHF executive director, said in a press release. The event will be set in historic Kempner Park and the Garten Verein pavilion, and feature a craft beer garden, live entertainment on outdoor stages as well as lectures and hands-on workshops. For more information, contact Will Wright, director of marketing and special events, at 409-765-3404, or via email at will.wright@galvestonhistory.org. Admission to the park is free, but people must purchase a day wristband to ride the train, chair swing, mechanical bull, spinning chairs, or use the giant water slide, rock wall, quad bu

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