First Week in May in Ecology

The Chicago River Student Congress, at Clark Park, last Saturday was well attended by a young and enthusiastic crowd. During the opening awards ceremony, one of our former students, Amer Dzankovic, was honored with his Von Steuben track team, for work cleaning up litter from the River Park track and field.  Amer is a senior and is headed to College at… University of Chicago on a full ride. Amer said he was drawn to UC because of its… environmental programs. Congratulations Amer!

Monday, May 2, First Grade Tree study, and Mighty Acorns prep

Tues. May 3,  7th grade garden day. Volunteer help needed.

Wednesday, May 4, Garden Stewardship 5-dark.

Thurs. 4th Grade Mighty Acorns Room 308  to Sauganash. Students will explore and take a closer anatomical look at the spring wildflowers, and two invasive species. Bus leaves at 9:30 and returns at 1:15. Meet at the fish tank at 9:15 for a briefing. Bring food for a picnic lunch.

On return, we will be planting Mother’s Day spiderplants with the Kindergardens.

On Friday, Room 302, 7th Grade is off to the Lake at Montrose Point. We will be learning about food webs, fish and fishing. Join us at the fish tank at 9:15 at the fish take. Bus leaves at 9:30 and returns at 1:30. Bring a picnic lunch.

Mr. Leki