Learning Garden

  • Thursday, April 3, 2014


Marrington Elementary School is creating a variety of learning gardens. The first one that has been completed is the “Reading Sanctuary.”  This is an outdoor classroom for students to enjoy a beautiful, quiet area for reading and observing nature. Future plans include creating a vegetable garden, an art and observation area, and a recycled garden.  Above, MNE students Amy Rudnickas, Bailey Barrett and Sam Seevers read on a tree bench. At right, volunteers from the Naval Munitions Command (NMC) Unit Charleston graciously donate their time and talent to make the dream of this most special environment a reality. (Photo Provided)


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