Classroom 6 visited the new Kentucky Children’s Garden at the University of Kentucky’s Arboretum recently. These pictures were taken by a third year (third grade) student.
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Providence Montessori has earned a Certificate of Appreciation from the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government’s Environmental Commission.
Parent Julie Brock submitted a nomination letter describing the planet-friendly reconfiguration of the school’s entrance. The water conserving bioswale rain gardens, with their lovely native flowers, trees and grasses add beauty to our campus as well as the surrounding community. Her letter also touched on Providence Montessori’s other environmentally responsible achievements, such as our Earth Day projects, recycling efforts, rain barrel and rain chains, and our Junior Master Gardeners program.
To learn more about the project, read the original nomination letter: LFUCG Enviromental Commission – Providence nom
Congratulations to all involved!
From Yoga class and ‘Beads and Braids’ with the Primary students, to Photoshop and Wheel-thrown pottery for the Elementary students, the after school program is rich with opportunity. Here are some images from a recent day:
Paper mache rocks!
Artist-in-Residence John Martin teaches a class on rocket building. The students are careful not to disturb the still life on the other side of the table — it’s essential for the drawing lesson during art class!
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