Students at Cone Elementary gave their latest microgreen kale harvest to a hungry bird being nursed back to health by Piedmont Wildlife Rehab.
Students at Cone Elementary produced 5 different designs for use in flyers, table toppers, and social media images to spread the word about their greens.
If you didn’t get a chance to eat the delicious microgreens from their classrooms, they’ll be available again March 21st-26th while supplies last.
During lunchtime on Monday September 12th, sixth and seventh grade students at Westchester Country Day School in High Point were given a demonstration on how to setup their Classroom to Food Pantry Pipeline kits.
Emerywood Baptist’s Food Pantry just a few miles from the school will be the recipient of WCDS’s monthly harvest throughout the 2016-2017 school year.