Celebrating Earth Day


Logan Elementary School celebrated Earth Day Friday, April 22, by having students prepare raised garden beds for spring planting. LES parent Allison Collins and first grade teacher Tera Adkins supervised and instructed the students in preparing the soil. Title I teachers, Pam White and Dorothy Baisden taught vocabulary, science and math lessons pertaining to the school gardens. Each year, Earth Day which occurs on April 22, marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. Pictured, Pam White and students from Jamie Tomblin’s class separate rocks in preparation for planting.


Title I teacher, Dorothy Baisden, instructs first grade students, Peyton Boytek and Payton Nelson in vocabulary and gardening.


Third grader Emma Keyser weeding the class garden bed.


Logan Elementary School celebrated Earth Day Friday, April 22, by having students prepare raised garden beds for spring planting. LES parent Allison Collins and first grade teacher Tera Adkins supervised and instructed the students in preparing the soil. Title I teachers, Pam White and Dorothy Baisden taught vocabulary, science and math lessons pertaining to the school gardens. Each year, Earth Day which occurs on April 22, marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. Pictured, Pam White and students from Jamie Tomblin’s class separate rocks in preparation for planting.

Title I teacher, Dorothy Baisden, instructs first grade students, Peyton Boytek and Payton Nelson in vocabulary and gardening.

Third grader Emma Keyser weeding the class garden bed.

Logan Elementary School celebrated Earth Day Friday, April 22, by having students prepare raised garden beds for spring planting. LES parent Allison Collins and first grade teacher Tera Adkins supervised and instructed the students in preparing the soil. Title I teachers, Pam White and Dorothy Baisden taught vocabulary, science and math lessons pertaining to the school gardens. Each year, Earth Day which occurs on April 22, marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. Pictured, Pam White and students from Jamie Tomblin’s class separate rocks in preparation for planting.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_LES1_Tomblins-class-CMYK.jpgLogan Elementary School celebrated Earth Day Friday, April 22, by having students prepare raised garden beds for spring planting. LES parent Allison Collins and first grade teacher Tera Adkins supervised and instructed the students in preparing the soil. Title I teachers, Pam White and Dorothy Baisden taught vocabulary, science and math lessons pertaining to the school gardens. Each year, Earth Day which occurs on April 22, marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. Pictured, Pam White and students from Jamie Tomblin’s class separate rocks in preparation for planting.

Title I teacher, Dorothy Baisden, instructs first grade students, Peyton Boytek and Payton Nelson in vocabulary and gardening.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_LES2_Baisden-CMYK.jpgTitle I teacher, Dorothy Baisden, instructs first grade students, Peyton Boytek and Payton Nelson in vocabulary and gardening.

Third grader Emma Keyser weeding the class garden bed.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_LES3_Keyser-CMYK.jpgThird grader Emma Keyser weeding the class garden bed.
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