Families, welcome to Spring and Happy Resurrection weekend.
We have so many much to be thankful for.
In March, we had a wonderful month of activities focused around entrepreneurship. The month culminated with our 6th annual Entrepreneurship market at Meadowood Regional Park. It was wonderful to see so many of you in-person! The weather was beautiful and the company was even better.
April promises to be a lot of fun as well. Students will plan gardens and get their hands dirty as they learn to plan, plant, and develop gardens. Please RSVP for the planting event by April 8th!
Finally, we are coming down the homestretch! May will be the last full month of activities for students. We have now opened up registration for the 2021-22 school year and have some exciting announcements coming in short order.
|Group Meeting | April 12
|To kick off April Activities, students will review the different types of gardening and their benefits to the community.
Pre-K – Age 5 Group Meeting (1:00pm – 1:30pm)
Students will listen to a read-aloud book and identify what is needed for a seed to grow. They will discuss the life cycle of a plant through an on-screen game.
Ages 6-9 Group Meeting starts @ 1:40pm
Garden Planning: Students come prepared to share a plan for a garden of their choice.
The plan should include:
What they will grow
What is needed for it to grow
Where they will plant it a bird’s eye view drawing to illustrate what his or her ideal garden bed would look like.**
The drawing should include the following: – what they want to plant – think about how much space each plant might need – How many of each plant do they want to plants?
Age Group 10-14 starts @ 1:40pm
Garden Planning: Students research and create a plan for a garden of their choice.
The plan should include:
What to grow and why
How to grow it ( what is needed for the plant to thrive)Where it will grow and why (benefits of the garden) When it should be planted
How long to germination
Cost to plant and maintain their garden
Students come prepared to share their plans with a PowerPoint presentation, drawing, or poster, be creative!
|Field Trip | April 19
|Join us to plant Marigolds and Tomatoes at Mt. Olive UMC. Families will take the plants home to grow and a few will be brought back in May to transfer to Mt. Olive’s planter boxes.
Each family will work at their own table outside. (Tables being provided by Mt. Olive.)
What to bring:
A planting pot or paper egg cartonJug of water
Plastic tray to put your egg cartons or pots on
Optional: small shovel or trowel, gardening gloves
We will bring the potting soil and seeds!
|Club Day | April 26
|Students will hear from a special guest speaker, Mr. Greaves, an Environmental Scientist.
MAKERS CLUB– Resurrection Gardens
1 large terra cotta plant saucer
1 small terra cotta pot
A handful of small rocks
1 large rock
String or twine