Children who take classes at the Mustard Seed School, located on the grounds of the Loaves & Fishes homeless services complex in Sacramento, get their first look at a new space on Wednesday that includes new computers, iPads and “dream boxes” containing costumes and equipment designed to inspire them toward professional careers.
Children who take classes at the Mustard Seed School, located on the grounds of the Loaves & Fishes homeless services complex in Sacramento, get their first look at a new space on Wednesday that includes new computers, iPads and “dream boxes” containing costumes and equipment designed to inspire them toward professional careers. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Children who take classes at the Mustard Seed School, located on the grounds of the Loaves & Fishes homeless services complex in Sacramento, get their first look at a new space on Wednesday that includes new computers, iPads and “dream boxes” containing costumes and equipment designed to inspire them toward professional careers. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

Sacramento school for homeless children gets dramatic makeover

December 03, 2014 08:20 PM

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