The Nikolaevsk School hydroponics program has held up its role in the school’s focus on project-based learning. The first year of operation culminated in multiple harvests, hands-on lessons for students and fundraising events that have helped to ensure the continued welfare of the program.
“This is the first stepping stone of offering lots of things to the kids,” principal Matt LaHue told Homer News.
The Nikolaevsk School student council conducted a bake sale at the Virl “Pa” Haga VFW Post 10221 in Anchor Point in March and another at the Anchor Point Greenhouse in early May, where they also sold mixed greens and sprouts harvested from the hydroponics grow
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