The six Baltimore Curriculum Project (BCP) neighborhood charter schools celebrated Earth Day in the weeks leading up to April 22nd. BCP students and faculty spread their environmental passion for helping and learning about Mother Earth throughout the month of April.
At City Springs Elementary / Middle School, students planted purple planters purposefully and passionately. (Say that five times fast.) We only hope the flowers are purple, too!
Frederick Elementary School’s Green Team has been partnering for Bon Secours Urban Farm program for two years to create and construct a Teaching Garden. LINK TO STORY
At Govans Elementary / Middle School, students enjoyed a picnic outside in the sunshine, ate themed snacks (gummi worms, yum!) and enjoyed Earth Day activities.
Hampstead Hill Academy’s 1st Grade took advantage of nearby Patterson Park for its Nature Exploration class.
Pimlico Elementary / Middle School students enjoyed being outside studying nature.
At Wolfe Street Academy, 2nd grade students picked up trash in the neighborhood to show some love for Mother Earth and the Fells Point community.