“The purpose of this [garden] club is to introduce urban students to gardening practices, sustainable living, recycling and composting. We at KSA believe that, if students grow it, they will eat it! This means that gardening creates a pathway to more nutritious living, as well.” Stacey Adams, Teacher
KIPP Summit Academy recently started a small gardening club for 5th and 6th graders. ?With the help of students and staff, KSA’s gardening club will work to beautify our campus, build knowledge and skills, and ultimately grow to live a more healthful life. We will also work to significantly reduce the amount of waste that goes into garbage cans at school!
By helping KIPP Summit Academy, garden supplies, curriculum, and proper raised beds will be provided to help build education around the school garden. ?You will be supporting a healthier lifestyle for the students which will in turn, help families and communities eat healthier, build community and bring entrepreneurship around the new garden space.
Total Budget: $4,693.90
Healthy Planet Pledged Subsidy (75% of total budget): $3,520.42
Total for school community to raise: $1,173.47
Thank you for your donation!
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