…but Shamu’s trainer makes an even bigger impression. The Seaworld outings, a perennial favorite of our students, illustrates the value of leaving the classroom to introduce students to the real world. Shamu and dozens of other species at Seaworld heighten kids senses and get their attention, opening their minds to the messages delivered by a…

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In coming months we’ll tell you about the dedicated people who devote their time and talent to fulfilling MOST’s mission. Stay tuned. Our first bio will introduce you to our founder, Dr. Edwin “Eli” Whitney.

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The San Antonio Botanical Gardens have hosted MOST site visits for many years. Newly renovated and significantly expanded, we’re grateful for this continuing relationship. Our first visit of the 2019-2020 academic year belongs to SABG, whose Youth and Family Program Manager, Timothy Roan, has been a great collaborator.

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Consistent with its corporate ethic of community service, the Marriott’s flagship JW Marriott brand has joined the MOST partnership effective October, 2019. The inaugural site visit introduced 75 students from Memorial High School (San Antonio’s Edgewood ISD) to the wealth of opportunities available in a global hospitality organization; jobs with living wages, excellent benefits, and…

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Details matter. The business of planning and scheduling site visits and classroom speakers can be complicated. The calendars of Educators, local businesses and speakers often conflict. To minimize the back and forth, and to make important data shareable by all our stakeholders, our new website includes a member portal for all registered Partners. This new…

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Welcome and thanks to the Steves Door Company, a venerable and well respected family owned manufacturing company in San Antonio since 1866, for joining MOST as a Community Site Visit Partner. Beginning 2020, Steves will host its first site visit. Students will learn about modern manufacturing techniques and time-honored craftsmanship. Producing 10,000 doors a day…

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