The hens have arrived and will need care over Thanksgiving. Stay tuned for details This week will be the last Fall Farmers Market. Please settle all IOUs.
Sometimes the gorgeous goodies for sale out front on Tuesday afternoons are just too good looking to pass up, even when we don’t have any cash on hand. Luckily for us, Mr. Canada is always willing to go the extra mile to put fresh fruits & veggies into the hands of everyone who wishes to
The Stoddert Garden continues to focus on the educational opportunities for all our students. We are solely driven to increase our knowledgebase, increase skills, and increase yield guided by an everchanging and developing ecosystem. Our curriculum involves observation, discussion, and application during our garden classes. Students will be asked to journal either in pictorial or
The Farmers Market could use volunteers who are Costco members. See Mr Canada , Garden and Market Coordinator/Teacher. Also , Students In K-2 will bring home this week a Mystery Magic Seed to plant and grow for the next 30 days. If successful, students are asked to bring their seedling to school the first week
I am a former Stoddert student (high school class of 2020) and I am currently working on my eagle scout project. I have been asked by Mr. Canada to create new benches for the garden and I, along with my Boy Scout troop, will be building 3 large hexagonal benches, one of which pictured below
This past year students from grades 2nd through 5th were enthusiastically involved in our Fall and Spring Farmer’s Market benefiting in so many ways including customer service, product identification, marketing, and sales. Our In- House Composting and Recycling Programs where students learn the importance of how we all can benefit from reusable products lessening the
Gardeners and Farmers are extremely busy during the months of January through March, and so are garden teachers! Our students have begun an engaging inquiry-based food literacy curriculum focusing on such topics as: the story of food seed to table, where does our food come from? taking a look at the newly recommended but not mandatory
Winter is almost here however this does not get in the way of our learning initiative related to our gardening program. Over the next few months our students will take part in further inquiry and skill building becoming ‘food literate.” Here’s are the topics we will address supported by educational documentaries and fun in class taste test. – defining
Just think, Thanksgiving is less than three weeks away and I normally have written at least one update regarding our school garden program and our Farmer’s Market. Let me thank each of you who make our weekly Spring and Fall Market a success, student volunteers and parents! As you may know, a persistent rainy season had it’s impact on our
The Hens are here!! Our favorite Stoddert garden visitors are back to supplement the fall science/garden curriculum, and we need your help caring for them on the weekends. If you would like to volunteer, please sign up here. Thank you!!