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Austin, Texas

The UT elementary school is developing a new course in Health and Wellness studies for students in pre-K through 5th grades. The curriculum will include four components: Social and Emotional Learning, Nutrition, and Gardening and Cooking. A new cafeteria and teaching kitchen...

Program AdminRachel Zierzow
Program Type: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms, School Cafeterias, Academic Classrooms
Temecula, California

We have a school garden with a dozen large beds that was started by a parent volunteer group. We have enough seating for a class to meet and use the garden for lessons. A Garden Club meets each week and parent volunteers staff those gatherings. Classrooms visit on a regular...

Program AdminDale Borgeson
Program Type: Garden Classrooms
Flanders, New Jersey

Our primary goals are to provide students with the hands-on learning experience of growing vegetables, reinforce/apply concepts learned in class and increase their daily vegetable intake. By stressing this, these healthier food choices will lower BMI, which for our 1st...

Program AdminDaniella McDonald
Program Type: Garden Classrooms
Redlands, California

The Grove School is a Montessori public charter school in Redlands which is located in San Bernardino County in California. Grove serves students from 7th to 12th grade. Grove is unique in that it is the only public Montessori school in the US with a working farm. The middle...

Program AdminJulie McKeehan
Program Type: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms, School Cafeterias, Academic Classrooms
David, Kentucky

Founded in 1974, the David School is located in the small community of David, Kentucky, from which it takes its name. The mission of The David School 501 c (3) is to provide a educational program for Appalachian high school dropouts and at risk youth who have...

Program AdminAnna Spittler
Program Type: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms, School Cafeterias, Academic Classrooms, Support Organization
Fairfield, California

Suisun Valley is a rural K-8 school of approximately 520 students located in a prime agricultural area of Suisun Valley. Approximately 60% of our students come from outside our attendance area, attending our school as a school-of-choice option or NCLB choice from...

Program AdminJas Bains Wright
Program Type: Garden Classrooms, Academic Classrooms
Louisville, Kentucky

The goal of this garden is to integrate school-grown vegetables into school lunch service by supplementing the district's _Farm to School

Program AdminSusan Roethgen
Program Type: Garden Classrooms
Chicago, Illinois

Southside Occupational Academy is a transition center for students aged 16-22 years with disabilities. Students are placed at our school by Chicago Public Schools' Office of Diverse Learners and Support Services. We provide students with educational training...

Program AdminGlenna Sullivan
Program Type: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms, Academic Classrooms
Louisville, Kentucky

Our school garden is growing!  We are building a program from the ground up and incorporating different content areas to get the students some hands on learning experiences!

Program AdminJessie Newhouse
Program Type: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms, Academic Classrooms
Solana Beach, California

Our primary goal is to continue to provide a school-wide program to help students experience the full food cycle: compost to nutritious vegetables.  We share our harvest with the School Cafeteria, and students are all eager to eat what they have grown. As our garden...

Program AdminKate Kousser
Program Type: Garden Classrooms