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:
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).