Mobile Dairy Classroom on the Central Coast

Mobile Dairy ClassroomTo coincide with the Be a Health Hero! campaign, the Mobile Dairy Classroom will be on the Central Coast this week. Students learn about the anatomy of a cow by interacting with a real live California cow! The Mobile Dairy lesson will cover what a dairy cow eats and drinks and how milk gets from the cow to the milk containers in their homes.

This assembly integrates Language Arts, Math and Science, while teaching about agriculture’s contribution to our food supply and providing your students with knowledge of healthy food and activity choices. The assembly for the lower elementary grades lasts 30 minutes and the upper elementary assembly lasts 45 minutes.

The cow will be here the whole week in SLO area schools. Here’s the run-down for you:

Tuesday, November 16 / Virginia Peterson Elementary, Paso Robles /
9:15am and 10:30am

Wednesday, November 17 /Bishop’s Peap/Teach Elementary, San Luis Obispo /
9:00am and 10:30am

Thursday, November 18 / Bauer/Speck Elementary, Paso Robles /
9:15am and 10:30am

Friday, November 19 / Baywood Elementary, Los Osos /
9:30am and 10:15am

Check out this article that featured the  mobile dairy unit visiting the local schools: