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CV Garden Beds

“A garden requires patient labor and attention. Plants do not grow merely to satisfy ambitions or to fulfill good intentions. They thrive because someone expended effort on them.”–Liberty Hyde Bailey

Boy Scout, Thomas Cruse designed and built the garden beds as a project to earn his Eagle Badge. It was remarkable to watch how it all came together.  Thank you, Thomas!

The staff and students at CV planted seeds in the spring and continued to care for them over the summer.  What a beautiful testimonial by students and staff to the attributes of the IB learner profile as this set of dispositions continue outside the school day.

Third grade squash and pumpkins.                                                       First grade flower bed…

garden bed 5

garden beds 4

 

Flowers planted by the Therapeutic Learning Center.                Second grade wildflowers.

garden photo2

garden beds 3

Peppers and tomatoes are ready for picking from the fourth grade garden.

garden photo

“A garden requires patient labor and attention. Plants do not grow merely to satisfy ambitions or to fulfill good intentions. They thrive because someone expended effort on them.”–Liberty Hyde Bailey

Boy Scout, Thomas Cruse designed and built the garden beds as a project to earn his Eagle Badge. It was remarkable to watch how it all came together.  Thank you, Thomas!

The staff and students at CV planted seeds in the spring and continued to care for them over the summer.  What a beautiful testimonial by students and staff to the attributes of the IB learner profile as this set of dispositions continue outside the school day.

Third grade squash and pumpkins.                                                       First grade flower bed…

garden bed 5

garden beds 4

 

Flowers planted by the Therapeutic Learning Center.                Second grade wildflowers.

garden photo2

garden beds 3

Peppers and tomatoes are ready for picking from the fourth grade garden.

garden photo

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