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Our project will involve many members of our community and will kick off during a culminating community event put on by the students. We will work together to maintain and grow the garden.
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As a school, we will commit to completing a school wide "Clean-Up Day" where students and faculty will pick up trash around our campus. Students and faculty will "Spring Clean" around campus, on the playground, the buildings, etc. to make our school more attractive.
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We will be planting flowers around our school to make it a more welcoming environment.
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We are going to compile a list of plants and establish a care guide for the plants. After, we will plant our garden in the free space at the house that is easily accessible to everyone.
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Our project will clean up the beach from trash and pollution to help save the wildlife on the beach and in the water. We will meet at the Oceanside pier and clean up trash between lifeguard towers 1 and 2.
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My students will take a quick tour around the map they created and analyze what needs to be changed at their level to improve our community's environment. We actually discussed what they (students) can do, and many of them were thinking to clean the area and plant whenever they can.
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Our students will work in committees to develop a plan, implement it, acquire and analyze data to quantify our success, and actively inform our school community about the importance of reducing and recycling. Students will reward participants with recognition and prizes for helping green our campus.
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Our project will beautify our school, provide groundwater, and feature California native plants.
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Last year, our teachers had a very difficult time sourcing milkweed plants that each 2nd grade class needed to feed their live monarchs. With this garden bed, we hope to grow the important milkweed plant, along with other pollinator friendly plants, right on school grounds. Some seedlings have already been planted in temporary containers but need to be transplanted into a garden in April. We have plans for an inexpensive, yet sturdy raised wood bed and will also need to purchase the soil and compost for the bed, which we hope to have finished by mid-late April.

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