Lindbergh Schweitzer's garden blooms thanks to teamwork

Posted: Thursday, March 30th 2017

Story courtesy of Food Corp's "Garden Spotlight"

Imagine that you are strolling through an elementary school campus on a sunny spring day in San Diego. You turn a corner and happen upon a bountiful garden full of raised garden beds. After pausing to marvel at the kale, arugula, radishes, chamomile, flowers, cucumbers, sunflowers, lettuce, chard, and corn, you continue on through the campus.

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Encanto Elementary students learn to reduce, reuse and recycle

Posted: Wednesday, March 1st 2017

Picture this.  An outdoor garden living room made from repurposed furniture.  A bin full of rich compost made from school salad bar scraps.  Strikingly beautiful garden murals painted onto recycled wood slabs.  Bird feeders made from cardboard toilet paper rolls, peanut butter, and birdseed.  Germination kits made from plastic lunch containers.  Bins of empty cans and bottles ready to be recycled.  Labeled buckets waiting near the cafeteria tables, ready to collect food, milk and packaging waste during lunchtime.

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Lincoln High dedicates new courtroom facility for mock trials, criminal justice classes

Posted: Tuesday, February 14th 2017

Students, staff, and respected professionals from the legal field recently came together to celebrate the opening of a new courtroom facility at Lincoln High School. 

Built with the help of a generous donation from Sony Electronics Inc., the courtroom will be used by Lincoln’s Mock Trial Team and for criminal justice classes as well as the SAY San Diego Teen Court diversion program.

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