Hopper Primary educates children on sun safety

Hopper Primary kindergarten students sing about sun safety, modeling their sunglasses, their hats and the shirts they made as they participate in the “Ray and the Sunbeatables” program, part of Be Well Baytown, an initiative of MD Anderson sponsored by ExxonMobil.

Learning about sun safety is fun for students at B.P. Hopper Primary School, and it’s all thanks to a program through Be Well Baytown, an initiative of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center sponsored by ExxonMobil. Hopper staff kicked off the summer with a special program to teach sun safety to kindergartners.

Called “Ray and the Sunbeatables,” the program is an exciting learning experience for everyone. It features superhero characters and fun classroom activities where the kids are really engaged — songs, puppet shows and hands-on demonstrations. 

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