SHS class project extends from spring to summer

August 1, 2013

On some of this summer’s warmest days, Seneca High students and their parents could be seen weeding and fertilizing plants the students grew as part of a spring class project. With funds donated by the Knights of Columbus in Seneca, members of the high school’s Transition to Independence special needs class planted and maintained two vegetable gardens. The students spent days tilling, weeding, fertilizing and preparing their garden soil to plant the veggies.

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