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Re-charge batteries

Last week saw us take a break from the build and enjoy a short trip to North Island, New Zealand where we enjoyed the peace and tranquillity of the Bay of Islands. 328 more words

Reconciliation Park, Redfern

Redfern’s Reconciliation Park has received it’s long awaited makeover including a tree house playground, community garden, new paving, wider paths, and extra seating. Since i have been living in the area there had been a large cyclone type fence blocking the George St Entrance to the park keeping me out but curious. 303 more words


Planting Curly Willows

The fourth grade class is have spent the year focusing on building a rain garden in our courtyard and improving the space. They were able to use design thinking to help guide them in making the best decisions through the process.   42 more words

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Flying Fish Brewing Company

With finals coming up next week, it’s been tough keeping up with this blog. Yet, while drowning in papers, I still managed to put time aside to visit a couple more breweries (I need to keep my sanity somehow, right?). 466 more words


Rain Garden Passes the Pit Test

Fourth Grade students took some pit tests in our fourth grade courtyard to see whether the site was suitable for a rain garden.  Water was poured to fill a six inch hole.   31 more words

4th Grade

Free rain garden workshop at Fitchburg Public Library

Spring is the ideal time to create a rain garden.  Please join us on May 12 for a 6:30 pm workshop about how to beautify your yard and help keep streams healthy.  260 more words