• Learning Garden


    Spring Avenue is proud to present our very first school learning garden! Over the past year, our School Learning Garden has been offering various opportunities for students to get their hands dirty and discover the many components that create a beautiful, healthy living garden. Using a hands-on approach, Spring Avenue's learning garden helps foster a deeper appreciation and experience for learning.

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What's New?

  • Green Club 2012

    Introducing Spring Avenue's Green Club! We're definitley having a blast getting our hands dirty! This past Monday, the kids continued to clean up the garden by composting, planting bulbs, harvesting broccoli, raking, and more.

    We have recently added a hoop house to the garden so the kids can grow veggies during the winter. Right now we have lettuce sprouting. It's so exciting!

    Go Green Club! …

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  • Please sign up on VolunteerSpot to help with the Spring Avenue Learning Garden this summer!

    We’re using VolunteerSpot (an online sign up and reminder tool) to schedule our upcoming activity.

    Please sign up - here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:

    1) Click this button to go to our invitation page on VolunteerSpot:


    2) Enter your email address. (No registration required!) Please note: VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone or send spam emails.

    3) Sign Up!

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  • Sharing Our Harvest


    Together the first and sixth grade students recently harvested three bags of arugula, lettuce, and spinach from our school garden. What a successful season! To share in this great harvest, the produce will be donated to the local food pantry for the needy. This is such a wonderful opportunity for the students to reap what they sow and share it with the local community!

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  • Updated Learning Garden Journal

    Click Here to view the updated Learning Garden Journal written by Rose Naseef. Thanks to all the parent volunteers who have made our Learning Garden look beautiful this Fall.

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  • Spring Avenue Garden


    After many discussions and thoughts about continuing the Spring Avenue Learning Garden through the summer, the garden committee has decided to wait until next fall to resume planting due to construction. We want to keep our students and community members safe. With all the big equipment and safety zones, we felt it was best to wait.

    When students return to school in August and after a much …

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  • What to do in April

    Ahhh. Spring is here! This means that seeds should be germinating by now and gardeners are really starting to get ready for the planting season.

    Did you know that you can mow your lawn for the first time already? Yes you can. Just remember not cut your lawn too short or else you may damage the grass or worse yet, invite more weeds to grow in your yard.

    If you were planning on reseeding your …

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  • Spring Is Almost Here

    Spring is just around the corner which means it's time to start planning your garden layout and what to plant.

    When to plant?
    As soon as the ground can be worked hardy vegetables can planted. This could be as early as the middle of March. If you plan on growing vegetables from seed, check the back of your seed packet to get an idea of how long it takes your seed variety to germinate.

    *Tip* …

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Contacts

  • Marek, Joanna

    Email:  jmarek@d105.net

    Walsh, Katie

    Email:  kwalsh@d105.net