MVE Students and Classroom in Bloom Celebrate the Fall Harvest, Put the Garden to Bed
MVE students and staff have been working with Classroom in Bloom staff to wrap up this year’s bountiful harvest and prepare the garden for winter.
Kim Bondi, Classroom in Bloom’s Executive Director states, “This week’s art project is inspired by fall colors, shapes and textures, and the creative minds of our students. It is also our end of the season pizza party, where the tomato sauce and toppings are all made with Classroom in Bloom garden ingredients in the garden’s cobb oven. What a way to spend the last of our crisp fall days before the snow falls!”
Not familiar with Classroom in Bloom?
Classroom in Bloom is an educational partner of the MVSD. Operating as a non-profit, their staff skillfully facilitate a high functioning, two-acre, student-run, school-based garden program that takes place on the MVSD campus. One of many educational partners, they provide “all” students with access to enriching science and art lessons, high quality after-school and summer enrichment programs, and healthy food that is used in the school district’s meal program, nourishing youth all year long.
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