It's Youth Art Month, and a number of valley students won awards for their pieces. Their outstanding work is all thanks to one retired teacher, who just can't stop helping kids learn.
Organizers say the city's Youth Sports program is growing each year. $50 per child, the 8-week course is teaching more than 100 kids how to play basketball.
It's an almost 6-acre facility, filled with games, interactive science and nature exhibits, even live animals. The center's main purpose: opening little eyes to the big world around them.
Sanger's Fairmont Elementary is no stranger to STEM. After recently winning a $10,000 grant, the school says, it can now give all students science, technology, engineering and math opportunities.
It's a program bringing fun science and math projects to all 5th graders in Fresno Unified. Organizers and teachers say Kids Invent! is doing much more than that.
Nominate someone Super who impacts the lives of children in the valley.