Environmental & Garden Club
Walk and Bike to School is October 9th!
More information here on where to meet.
Anderson’s School Garden
Nature’s Alley provides a peaceful place where students learn to appreciate our environment and its natural resources. The garden at its fullest potential can even supplement learning in math (measurement), science (plant and/or butterfly life-cycles), history (harvesting of certain crops) and others!
Volunteer Adults and Other Students
Bringing Nature’s Alley to its full potential requires lots of help! As needed, evenings and weekends, we will ask for help to clear weeds, spread mulch, prune shrubs, etc. Parents and accompanied children are encouraged to sign up via the link below to be notified of when we will be working so you can volunteer to help!
Join the Anderson Garden Team to obtain hands-on experience in preparing soil, planting seeds, maintaining weeds, harvesting vegetables and promoting environmental awareness within the school! We meet one Thursday each month during recess, and may participate in school related environmental activities.
FIRST TASK: Create a new name for our team or club!
Share your idea when you sign up to join via the link below.
For more information or to volunteer or to donate, contact our Environmental Chair Rachael Kowalski, at email@example.com.
RECYCLING REMINDERS FROM RUFUS
"Back at School, Recycling is Cool!"
We want to take this time to remind parents, teachers and students about all the amazing things that can be recycled in all Frisco schools. Batteries, plastic bags, ink cartridges, cell phones and shoes are some of the special recycling items accepted at every school.
Tuesday, October 9th is "Walk / Bike to School Day".