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  • Wednesday, February 10, 2010 | Filed under Student Behavior , Language Arts , Fine Arts , Math

    Despite some rain delays and cold days, the Alex Sanger Elementary School community joined together to install their new school garden.  On Friday, January 15, more than 500 enthusiastic children dug in to prepare the soil for planting.  The children hope to learn the science of growing and to eat the fruits of their labor.  Dozens of educators and parents donated their time and talents during that school day and again on Saturday, January 30. 

    A special thanks to:
    • Dallas ISD and Coy Frazier for doing much of the heavy lifting so that the children could step right in ...

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  • Monday, February 8, 2010 | Filed under

    The Alex Sanger Elementary School community braved some recent cold and wet weather, joining together to install their new school garden.  On Friday, January 15, more than 500 enthusiastic children dug in to prepare the soil for planting.  The children are looking forward to learning the science of growing and to eat the fruits of their labor.  Dozens of educators and parents donated their time and talents during that school day and again on Saturday, January 30.  A special thanks to:

    -  Dallas ISD and Coy Frazier for doing much of the heavy lifting so that the children could step right in and get ...

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  • Monday, February 8, 2010 | Filed under Student Behavior , Language Arts , Fine Arts , Math

    Through the generosity of the Dallas Mavericks, the REAL School Gardens team was recently able to host the crew from the City of Grand Prairie who have helped us to install and maintain elementary school gardens within that community at a recent game. Our partners in education / co-tenants at the firehouse from Botanical Research Institute of Texas were also able to join us to see the Mavericks' win over the Golden State Warriors.

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