Happy Snow Day!


Happy snow day Dexter students and families!

Even when the weather is unfriendly, we are still gardening.  In the photo above, a Mill Creek student generously volunteered his time over the winter break to make sure that our garden hoops didn’t collapse under the weight of the snow.

Creekside Kitchen Garden students participated in a lesson on healthy pizza making this week. Mrs. Wesorick gave demonstrations on sauce and dough making and then students created their own fresh, homemade pizzas!  Students could choose from a variety of vegetable toppings including:  green and red bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, onions from the garden, broccoli and mushrooms.  Delicious!



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