We Have Squash at the Flowing Wells Campus!

 

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Last week, first and second grade classes visited our Flowing Wells Campus to plant new seedlings and investigate how our plants are progressing as autumn begins. Students were excited to see the first fruits of their labors as summer squash are beginning to grow.  Our cucumber plants are also covered with flowers that will hopefully become tasty treats in the weeks to come. Collard greens and kale have doubled in size since they were translated in mid September.  We continued to fill our remaining garden beds with seeds and seedlings that will grow in the fall months.  We look forward to observing the growth of carrots, beets, and radishes as cooler temperatures set in.

Joe Kirstein

Boardman Chair of Science and Sustainability, Seventh Grade Robotics, Eighth Grade Physical Science

EDS Faculty since 2015; 17 years prior experience
B.S Ed., Georgia State University
M.S., Mississippi State University

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