VALPARAISO | The second and fourth grade classes at Memorial Elementary planted an American Heart Association Teaching Garden last spring and harvested the vegetables this past week. This garden was sponsored through a grant funded by St. Mary’s Hospital. The summer care of the garden was do…
Nancy Danielides, a second-grade teacher at Nathan Hale Elementary School, helps students plant a teaching garden Wednesday at the school. This is the 2nd year for the garden at the school.
Second-grader Alex Mahony helps plant marigold flowers Wednesday at Nathan Hale Elementary School in Whiting.
Second-graders plant a teaching garden Wednesday at Nathan Hale Elementary School in Whiting. The garden, planted with support from ArcelorMittal, will help students understand the importance of healthy eating habits and see the growing process "from seed to table," said Diane Kemp, of the A…
South Haven Elementary School students wait to put plants in a Teaching Garden Tuesday at the school, the second year for the program at the school.
Representatives from the American Heart Association and from ArcelorMittal helped students at South Haven Elementary School plant a Teaching Garden on Tuesday at the school.
Milka Atchley, from ArcelorMittal's Burns Harbor plant, plants celery with South Haven Elementary School kindergarten student, Hunter Reid, 6, Tuesday as part of the school's Teaching Garden.
South Haven Elementary School kindergarten students compare plants Tuesday as they prepare to put them in a teaching garden at the school.
South Haven Elementary School students plant a Teaching Garden Tuesday at the school.
Students at South Haven Elementary School plant a Teaching Garden Tuesday with help from teachers, staff and representatives from the American Heart Association and ArcelorMittal.
WHITING | Nathan Hale Elementary School kindergarten and second grade classes had rolled up their sleeves to participate in a Harvest Day last month on the school grounds.
HOBART | Liberty Elementary School hosted a Harvest Day event for its American Heart Association Teaching Garden earlier this month.
Obesity rates are climbing and threatening the health of millions of children.
Kenwood Elementary with help from the American Heart Association created a garden for kids to learn about healthy eating.
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