Rotarian Gail Hoffman volunteered her teaching services to Alice Rotary's K4K (Kritters for Kids) program using Wildlife In Focus books and curriculum. 
Rotary presented and taught the 1st Kritters for Kids or K4K to the 5th-6th grade students at the Alice Boys and Girls Club. Rotarian Gail Hoffman is teaching the class each Monday through the summer from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. 
Alice Rotary Club purchased the books and curriculum and after the kids are back in school in the fall, the Boys and Girls Club will own the books and the curriculum and can maintain the program with their kids in their after school program.
The curriculum was created by Science teachers and is TEA approved. Students that have participated in the K4K program have improved by as much as 18 points on the state mandated science tests. It is a great, fun way for the kids to learn about wildlife and their environment.
Rotarians Bruce Hoffman and Sandra Bowen dropped by to see the enthusiasm and excitement of the kids and also participated in the Q&A portion of the kids first class.
Gail Hoffman personally thanks Rotary for sponsoring this great program for the kids in the Boys and Girls Club program!