Back in May, our third and sixth graders, under the guidance of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Niagara County, helped plant seeds and build a garden located in the northern corner of the school's front entrance. The garden beds were filled with topsoil, manure and peat moss while the seedlings were prepared in the school's state-of-the-art STEM Lab prior to being planted in June before school let out. The result is a blooming garden of beautiful flowers that is producing cherry and full-size tomatoes, parsley, chives and more! The project will continue this fall when students return.
October 6: Niagara Street School Family Movie Night
October 17: Picture Day
October 24-28: Book Fair