Tag Archives: Garden
Learn more about our Garden & Environmental Science curriculum! Download Farmer Fred’s 2016 Fall Garden Newsletter here Hello PS 32 Community, After a wonderful start to the 2016-17 school year, the garden newsletter is finally here! I am Farmer Fred, … Continue reading
The parents of PS 32 are hosting the Fourth Annual Garden Party Saturday, September 26, 12 -3 PM! If you have any questions, please contact Kerrie Hillman at firstname.lastname@example.org Check out pictures from last year’s 2014 Garden Party, it was a real … Continue reading
Thanks to our parent volunteers, kale, sugar snap peas, sunflowers, green beans, strawberries and native plants are looking good in our PS 32 Garden Classroom. Our parent volunteers will keep our garden growing in preparation for the fall garden curriculum. … Continue reading
Our kids have worked hard all Spring and have planted a lot of great things in the garden. In order to make sure that there are still things for them to harvest when they return to school in September, we … Continue reading
The Garden Committee was awarded a $1500 mini grant from Grow to Learn! The funds will be applied to teacher requested enhancements to the garden program including an observation kit for the tool shed (where teachers can access hand held magnifying … Continue reading
The Garden Committee has started an e-newsletter with news about the exciting things happening in the garden at P.S. 32. The monthly e-newsletter will feature garden photos, gardening links, and if we get fancy, maybe a recipe or two! We … Continue reading
Read about PS 32’s “Green Playground Infrastructure” in the Trust for Public Land‘s Spring 2014 e-newsletter.
Where: PS 32 Garden When: 8AM Every Friday Starting April 25 COME WITH YOUR KIDS BEFORE DROP OFF SO WE CAN WORK TOGETHER TO MAINTAIN THEIR GARDEN.COMMITTEE MEMBERS WILL GIVE TOURS, INSTRUCT ON WATERING AND COMPOSTING, AND MORE. PS32 believes … Continue reading
Read our garden story which is posted on the PTAlink.org who’s mission is to improve the quality of education for all children in the New York City public school system by making parent organizations stronger and more effective.