Foodie Friday has been cancelled due to inclement weather this afternoon. The extra cabbage grown in the garden was donated yesterday to Our Community Pantry (Fair Park) on Pennsylvania Ave. Trina Ariza arranged for the donation. It is great to give back!
Stonewall Gardens Annual Campaign
Thank you for your generous support of the
Stonewall Gardens Annual Campaign!
With your support, the Family, Neighborhood and Grandparents Campaigns raised over $37,000!
Miss the campaign? Donations are always greatly appreciated. Information about donating can be found under “Join Us”
If you have any questions about the garden or the campaign, please contact Kathryn Peters, Campaign Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for continuing to support our one-of-a-kind garden!
This month we will close out the campaign with the
Kids Change Campaign.
If you know of a business that would be willing to put a change collection can on their counter this month, please contact us at email@example.com.
Green Ribbon for Stonewall!
Our school featured for its outdoor science and nature program
Stonewall is the proud recipient of the Green Ribbon Schools Award, one of just 42 schools to receive this honor. This program was developed by the Texas Children in Nature Coalition, comprised of Texas education and environmental groups that are working together to provide opportunities for children to learn in nature. The Green Ribbon Award recognizes Stonewall for promoting such opportunities, and features our school on its home page. Read more about the award and the many elements of our garden program as described by Stonewall teachers.
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Posted on May 26, 2014 by Barbara Uskovich
The emphemeral bliss of childhood should include a day of shadowing Mr. Painter in our school garden. There can never be a perfect replacement for Mr. Painter, but there are curious and caring understudies that are willing to learn and carry on empirical traditions, even if it is only for one day. (Searching for […]Read "Emphemeral by Barbara Uskovich" full post.