Sunday, April 12, 2015

Volunteers Needed to Spread Mulch and De-Weed Beds

Parents and community members,

We need your help spreading mulch in the garden and de-weeding some flower beds. All the rain is such a blessing, but the weeds are coming back with a  vengeance. If you can help at any time that is convenient for you, please email lwindw@neisd.net.

Also, we are in need of small planting containers (4 inch plastic pots).. LOTS of them.. if you know of anyone that has any or are willing to ask companies for donations, please contact us!


Monday, April 6, 2015

Thank you to San Antonio Fire Department, Engine 19!


We could not be more grateful for the volunteerism displayed by Mr. Davila and his team! They spent a considerable amount of time assembling two 80 gallon composters for us, transporting them to the school, and then came up to our school to make sure they were positioned perfectly in the garden.

Enjoy some photos of this huge task they completed for our students!








Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Thank you to our Business Partner of the Month, Vulcan!!!

Vulcan materials has been a consistent supporter in so many ways to Harris Middle School, but this month we are giving them a special thanks from the Harris Middle School Community Garden. They donated enough funds to sustain us for an entire month, and we could not be more grateful. Thank you, Vulcan!

http://www.vulcanmaterials.com


Sunday, March 29, 2015

Farmer's Market/Plant Sale on Monday, March 30th at 3:45 pm



We will be having a Farmer's Market/Plant Sale on Monday, March 30th at 3:45-4:00pm in the Harris Garden. It sells out very quickly, so get there as soon as you can! (No holds)

Romaine lettuce, Swiss Chard, Cabbage, and Broccoli will be sold for minimum $3.00 donations. Bedding Plants - $1, and various other plants/terrariums will be sold for $5-10.
Fertilizer will be sold for $5.00/half gallon.

Cash or checks payable to Harris Middle School.




Spring Garden Clean Up a Success







Harris Garden Involves KINS Program in Gardening

The Harris Garden welcomed about 20 students outside to tour the garden and explain the opportunities they had to be involved in such an incredible space. 

They also replanted the beds at the front entrance to the school to prepare for our Wellness Fair. 

They did a great job, and are excited about more ways they can learn outside. 

Thursday, March 26, 2015