Douglass Alternative School

Dean of Students Pam Loatman worked with Healthy Foods for Healthy Kids and the Delaware Center of Horticulture to receive a generous donation from Mrs. Helen Eliason, allowing the school to plant its first vegetable garden on September 10th, 2009. Students now have the opportunity to work in the garden as one of their many service learning projects. 

 

Dean Loatman is the school's Garden Coordinator.

 

For more information about The Douglass School, visit their website.

Seventh grade students help prepare rainbow chard and arugula for lunch