Grant allows Seneca High produce garden

April 1, 2014

Seneca School garden A grant of $2 thousand allows Seneca High School to engage its students to recognize the value of fresh fruits and vegetables. The Whole Kids Foundation School Garden Grant received by Seneca’s Transition to Independence class allows for the purchase of a greenhouse that’ll lengthen the growing season for fruits and vegetables. With the help of agriculture science teacher Christina Alexander and Transition to Independence teacher Brenda Cisson, students will learn the entire life cycle of a plant—from seed to harvest. The food gets donated to the soup kitchen Our Daily Bread.

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