Need parents at the Zach Rufo Habitat Garden on Apr 22nd

On Monday, April 22nd, the 6th graders are going to add plants to the Zach Rufo Memorial Garden during their science classes … in observance of Earth Day. Science teachers Brian Ward and Mike Miller are in need of parent helpers in order to make this a great experience for the kids, and are hoping that five would be able to sign-up for hour-long shifts using the SignUpGenius link, below:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050449ADA82DA46-zach

If you’d like to come in when your child is working in the garden, the shifts roughly correlate with the class periods as follows: Shift 1 covers period 1 and part of 2, Shift 2 is part of periods 2 and 3, Shift 3 is the tail end of period 3 and all of 4, Shift 4 is period 6 and part of 7, and Shift 5 is the end of period 7 and all of 8. Help over multiple shifts is GREATLY appreciated, but if you can only make it for a specific window of time please indicate that as well. If you can bring a shovel, watering can, bucket, or trowel, that would be great (but what we mainly need is you).

Additionally, on Sunday, we need some help moving plants into position. Please contact Brian Ward or Mike Miller to offer a hand. Thanks for your help!

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About Colin Purrington

evolutionary biologist, photographer
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