We rode on what the kids call the “yellow cheese” bus. I was encouraged by the fact that the seats have belts. Our first visit was Quarles School. It houses pre K and Kindergarten.
I have never understood the concept behind the planning of an Elementary School with outside access from each classroom. The PTO has optimistic plans for creating a garden with the children. Perhaps the desire to grow something may be turned into an infectious positive that will contaminate other schools within the district. The very act of gardening provides students the opportunity to work and learn about nature together. Participation in outside exercise while creating a product in nature is priceless. Have fun bonding and gardening with the children at Quarles.