Next time you stop by the Southside ISD Administrative Offices, look for the gladiolas and roses coming up. They were planted by Losoya Middle School KIPC Club (Kids Influencing Positive Change) students. They spent the afternoon on Thursday, February 7 removing old dirt from planters and putting in rich top soil and plants. It happened under the direction of District science coordinator Dr. Samuel Ebong. Students learned the value of protecting and beautifying the environment. Dr. Ebong also educated the students about the importance of caring for good insects like earthworms and lady bugs. KIPC was founded under the direction of Southside ISD Police Officer Robert Ferdin.