School garden reaps rewards for summer stay kids
September 10, 2018 - summer camp
Students attending summer stay during Eagle Creek Elementary School in Arlington got to keep some fruits of their classmates’ labors. Students took home bags of vegetables this summer interjection to a propagandize garden combined during a 2017-18 propagandize year. Students started plants from seed, transplanted a starts and cared for a garden while propagandize was in event as partial of scholarship and amicable studies classes.
The garden was started with a mini extend from a Arlington Education Foundation, that paid for a greenhouse, seeds and 10 yards of topsoil.
“The garden will be expanding this year so a students have some-more opportunities to learn,” Principal Bethany Belisle said.
Learn some-more about a Arlington Education Foundation — that skeleton a Route 2 Wines, Brews Cruisin’ fundraiser on Sept. 28 — during www.arlingtonedfoundation.org.