Sts. Peter & Paul 5th & 6th graders will grow with aquaponics edible plants, including lettuce, herbs, and vegetables to transplant in a garden reserved for community produce. Students will harvest the produce and keep refrigerated until it can be arranged to give to local food pantry visitors in need of healthy foods.
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Our project will inform and influence our community on the work of Jane Goodall and what we can do to have a positive impact on the environment. We will present our learning during a school-wide presentation available to the students and staff, family, and community members.
Our campus is considered a living campus where food is cultivated and nutrition is a key element of the program. We believe in educating the whole child and teaching our students the importance of learning where your food comes from is a priority. Our GA 8th-grade students want to share that message by holding a community farmers market introducing our surrounding neighbors to a new parkway garden that we will plant around the school's southern perimeter for the community to have fresh whole fruits and vegetables. Students will clear the space and amend the soil during their GA classes. There will be one workday with community members to plant the gardens. On the day the gardens are introduced to the community, students will hold a community farmer market. We will place flyers on the doors of the neighbors directly surrounding our school site to invite them to the market.
This is the three-part project : Nature/wildlife observation and conservation for children, mindfulness and growth mindset activities for pre-teens, and a global perspectives program for children of all ages.
Youth learn about community involvement, collaboration, self-sufficiency and leadership by planting and raising community gardens, harvesting produce and hand-making goods to sell at local farmer's markets, caring for livestock, participating in edible plant walks and more!
Students will use mathematical knowledge, in measurement, ratio, and geometry to design and build their own vertical gardens. In addition, they will address 6th grades standards of Engineering and Design and Materials and Tools. Furthermore, the vertical gardens will provide exposure to alternate food production options to our students and family while simultaneously producing crops for the school to use in the cafeteria and farmer’s market.
Our class (Class 5C of Huzella Tivadar School, Göd) manually picked up trash and garbage from the forest called "Kiserdő".
We will meet weekly at Altitude Trampoline park, Tampa, at 12 on Mondays between January 28th and April 29th. We will not meet on March 18th or February 18th. This is a free event, but if you would like to bounce you will either need to register with our homeschool Co-op or pay $8 per person to jump.
We’re going to do it by planting trees, plants, and helping people by giving them clothes, food, water (in general, necessities), and a better environment (with the trees).