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Great April Garden News!

Garden Season Begins; Grant Awarded to CommitteePS 372’s garden committee was awarded $1200. from a Grow-To-Learn expansion grant this week. Thanks to the parents and teachers — especially science teachers Kathy Mullen, Beth Huff, Fiona Frederick and Sarah Collins — for all their work and garden love! The Inclusions Garden was founded 4 years ago…

Plant Sale Orders Due Fri 3.31

There will be a live plant sale at 512 Carroll Street on Friday April 28th. In addition, all community members are invited to pre-order plants. These orders will be due back to school, with payment, by Friday March 31st. Download the Order Form here. These plants will be sold to help benefit the school garden and…

Shop Whole Foods Tuesday 1.5.16 + Support GrowNYC!

  This fundraiser will support Project Farmhouse, GrowNYC’s new sustainability and education center (and indirectly, the PS 372 garden, as our sponsor Grow To Learn is a division of GrowNYC) One day only: Tuesday 1.5! Thanks –Denise From GrowNYC: We are so excited to be the beneficiary of a Whole Foods Market 5% Community Day, tomorrow! 5% of all…

FAQ: Basil + Pizza Friday

What Does The Garden Have to Do With Pizza Friday? It’s time for Round 2 of Pizza Friday; let’s talk toppings! As soon as the garden committee can grow some basil, we will offer the fresh herb. If you opted out of basil as part of your Pizza Friday order, please consider allowing your child…

ISO Empty Water Bottles For Science Day

Will you donate your bottles to science? The Green Team Arts + Science Day Committees need your empties to execute a sub-irrigated planter project for the students. And we need a lot of plastic bottles! Please consider donating clean, used 1.5-liter bottles to 1.5-liter bottles at your earliest convenience.  We’ll collect from families on a…

Scene from a Warm Weather Garden Committee Meeting (Denton Pl + 1st St corner)

Meet the Gardeners!All are welcome at the meeting Friday morning meetings! We are a fun-lovin’, veggie growin’ google-group based committee made up of teachers, parents and assistant principal Cathy Sarno; non-members are very welcome to join the discussion. Once you have joined the google group, you can see all the discussion threads and meeting notes.…