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Students enjoy fruits of their labors

Several Peabody-Burns Elementary School students recently enjoyed cold watermelon, the results of work in a garden during summer school.

When planning for summer school, PBES Principal Ken Parry approached high school teacher Ann Leppke, who was working with high school students on a school garden, about adding a gardening class to PBES summer school.

Students in the summer gardening class helped plant a variety of plants, water the school garden, and many other activities. In addition to learning how to take care of a variety of flowers, fruits, and vegetables, they painted terracotta pots, planted geraniums in them, and presented them to residents of Westview Manor and Peabody Care Center.

Last modified Oct. 6, 2011

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