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Students decorate school garden

Published: Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013 3:18 p.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013 3:20 p.m. CDT
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Princeton Christian Academy students pictured with their rocks are (kneeling, from left) kindergarteners Timothy Batchelor, Matthew Worgess, Abigail Freeman, Jakoby Smallwood, Gus Anderson and Von Cork; and first-graders Cade Odell, Kelsea Klingenberg, Ivan Anderson, Kim Imsland, Joelle LaPlante, Ella Grey, Ardyn Johnson, Brooke Clausen and Saydee Benavidez. Absent from the photo are kindergartners Corwin Murray and Dagon Towne-Peldonia.

PRINCETON — Princeton Christian Academy kindergarten and first-grade students recently decorated the school garden with hand-painted rocks.

This project was directed by PCA art teacher Chariss Hoffman, who then allowed students to “hide” their creations in various places throughout the garden. While there, the students helped themselves to some of the abundant produce growing there.

This is the first harvest from PCA’s garden which was constructed and planted last fall and spring. PCA families enjoy the vegetables and the flowers planted by the students.

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