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St. David School Celebrates Earth Day 2016

St. David School, Grade 1 student, Sierra Pitawanakwat prepares to throw a "wild flower bomb" in the yard of the "new" St. David Catholic School to recognize Earth Day.

April 25, 2016 - The students and staff at St. David Catholic School recognized this year's Earth Day by "wild flower bombing" the new school site. St. David Catholic School will be moving to a brand new school in September 2016. The new school is located at 549 Frood Road, just a block away from their current school.

Teachers, students and staff members created wild flower bombs to prepare for the Earth Day celebration. Recycled paper, water and flowers seeds were mixed together to create "flower bombs", then students and staff walked to the new school site to throw their "wild flower bombs" around exterior of the school site.

"We are excited to move to the new school and want to have a hand in creating a beautiful, welcoming school culture. This was a simple, fun way to contribute to the development of a natural setting around the school. We had fun creating the "wild flower bombs" and we had fun walking to the new site and throwing our creations. Now we patiently wait until September to move in." stated Nancy Costanzi, St. David School Resource teacher.

 

 




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