Published : Wednesday, October 28, 2015 | 4:50 PM
Crestview Preparatory School’s Family Work Day is made possible by a small but mighty group of parents, teachers and students (current and alum) that tackled Crestview’s unruly garden areas. On Saturday, October 10, the families gathered at 7:30 a.m. to work in gardens to weed, dig and cut down invasive plants that were crowding our plant beds. This they did to prepare the spaces for the youngest students kindergarden and first grade students, who routinely maintain the gardens and needed a little help before planting their butterfly and edible gardens. Also the families dug a space for the new composting area, that Crestview Prep’s Eco Club members will use for their newly expanded composing efforts. Finally, a team cleared the area nearest the library to make room for a Harry Potter inspired garden. Crestview Preparatory School sincerely thanks the families…”We accomplished so much together!”
Crestview Preparatory School, 140 Foothill Blvd., La Cañada, (818) 952-0925 or visit www.crestviewprep.org.