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School Gardens
Instructor: Mrs. Richardson   
Spring!!!
What's coming up?
Our spring bulbs are coming up! We are watching for the first red tulips we planted in the fall to bloom. We recorded our spring data on the online Journey North map that the Emperor tulips have emerged. The children are very excited! An after school garden club will take place during April and May. The club will start seedlings which students will plant in our school gardens. This year students will plant pole beans, carrots, radishes, sunflowers, potatoes and herbs.
Journey North Science Project
Kindergarten students planted 100 Red Emperor Tulip bulbs and is participating in the Journey North science program. In this international science experiment, students in schoolyards across the northern hemisphere plant tulip bulbs in their Journey North Test Gardens each fall. When the plants emerge and bloom, children announce springtime in their part of the world. by recording their observations on a map located on the Journey North website. Find us there! http://www.learner.org/jnorth/tulip/index.html
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It's getting colder!
Mr. Wilson and his students have planted two pear trees. We are excited to see them grow and change throughout the seasons.
We are featured on National Gardening Association Website!
This wonderful article was written about our school gardens and featured on www.garden.org

 The complete article is attached below in a file.

Videos and Podcasts
Observations through the Butterfly GardenPosted: Thursday, October 9, 2014 at 4:40 PM Discuss
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Deer ChimesPosted: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at 12:05 PM Discuss
The Kids Care Service Club made chimes from recycled materials. Maybe these chimes will keep the deer away?
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the Big PotatoPosted: Monday, October 28, 2013 at 9:20 PM Discuss
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