Sydnor Jennings Elementary School teaching garden and facilities improvement project
Gilboy, Elizabeth Truex
Day, Susan D.
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Recognizing the importance of outdoor experiential education to children's health, well-being, and academic achievement, the SJES faculty want to turn the courtyard into a teaching garden for hands-on activities and experimentation, helping boost academic achievement. An improved courtyard will benefit the school aesthetically and instill a sense of pride and accomplishment in faculty and students.
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