2019-2020 FGL Fall Season Begins!

It’s time for the Fall Season (October-January) of the Food Growing League once again. Cone Elementary, Leesville Road Middle, and Stokesdale Elementary return for the Fall Season with Northview Middle out of Hickory joining us for their first season.

Like before, Tendergreens, Gardencress, Radish, and Kale will be grown each month with the new option to put harvests into small plastic bags to give to others as pet food instead of the single large container used in previous Fall Seasons.

If your class wants to join the larger Spring Season with more schools taking part from February though May, you can sign up here.

Let the growing begin!

ReBuildUp Booth # 212 @ #NCCTE Summer Convention July 16th

Tuesday, July 16th is your last chance to catch the ReBuildUp booth and the Food Growing League at the NC CTE Summer Convention in Greensboro.

ReBuildUp is located at Booth #212 near the back next to the NC ACTE’s $500 Cash Raffle. Stop by and learn more about our programs.

Stokesdale Elementary says “Thank You” for Basil

We were very grateful to receive all the letters and decorated cards from the Stokesdale Elementary students that took part in the Spring Season of the Food Growing League.

Every letter was read and we wish the graduating 5th graders the best of luck as they move on to Middle School and we hope to see the graduating 4th graders again next year.

Have a great summer to all of you and everyone else across the League!

Invest Collegiate Middle wins the 2018-19 Spring Season Food Growing League Championship

Charlotte’s Invest Collegiate Middle took the top spot with a 4-0 record to win both their Conference B Title and the overall Food Growing League Spring Season Championship with the tallest basil plants.

Hendersonville’s Sugarloaf Elementary won the Conference A Title and Pleasant Garden Elementary received first place for both the number of plants sold at 45 and most money raised with $200 going towards their school’s technology fund.

View the Championship Round video and scorecards here.

Congratulations again to the winners and special thanks to all the students and especially the teachers who made this season possible.

We’ll see everyone again for the Fall Season October through January when schools will be vying for the best microgreen harvest by weight.

Contact us if your school is interested in joining the Food Growing League.

Championship Round – Food Growing League 2018-19 Spring Season – ReBuildUp

Click thumbnails for printable images of each Match
plus Class & Team Ranking


It’s finally here, the 2018-19 Food Growing League Spring Season Championship. Started in February, students have been growing their basil plants for 3 months now. See pictures of what they’ve grown and find out which classes had the tallest harvests in the video, podcast, and scorecards above. If viewing in an email, click page link above to view video and podcast.

We’d like to thank the teachers who helped make this program possible in their classrooms!

If you’d like your class to join the League, you can learn more by clicking here.

We’re also launching our attendance and financial literacy GrowBuck program that can be integrated with the League for those interested in a new way to help students practice their math skills.

Hope everyone has a great summer and we look forward to the Fall Season starting in October.

Round 3 of Food Growing League Spring Season 2018-2019 (Video & Podcast)

Click thumbnails for printable images of each Match
plus Class & Team Ranking


March’s Round 3 of the Food Growing League Spring Season has BSLA Conference with Stokesdale Elementary vs. Cone Elementary, Pleasant Garden Elementary vs. Sugarloaf Elementary. In BSLB Conference,Leesville Road Middle vs. Invest Collegiate Middle andEastern Wayne High vs. Ayden Grifton High in a draw match since both were unable to participate . Watch video above for the results.

The rebuildup.com Podcast (click audio button above) covers Round 3 Scores for the Spring Season of the Food Growing League and how Lettuce helps with cholesterol. If viewing in an email, click page link to view video and podcast.

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