Community Participation Update
For those who have been following TKB's steps towards community participation, we are happy to announce our first community-based class coming this Thursday.
I was approached by teacher Kate Sugarman of Arise High School to do some kind of presentation for her class "Money Really Does Grow on Trees". Here is a description of the class:
The second project will be melt and pour soapmaking. We will again look at the plant based ingredients but we will also focus on how to design a soap which will "sell". We will be doing fortune soaps. This is a project where you design a fortune, laminate it with packing tape, and then put it in a small zip lock bag which you fill with soap. This way you have a small prepacked travel soap the student can take home with them, and a unique fortune inside.
I am pleased to support ARISE which is a school specifically tasked to prepare students from low income families to be the first in their families to attend college.