Saturday, September 8, 2012

Pictures of the First Days

Yesterday we staked out the ground after school, with cinder blocks stacked nearby and soil in a huge pile not far away.

We had wonderful Woodview students and their parents, as well as awesome students from Spring Woods High School helping with some really heavy work! A HUGE THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT CAME OUT!! We also appreciate our principal Neda Scanlan for allowing us to set up the gardens and dig holes for fruit trees in the courtyard. 

A Houston Chronicle photographer came out to take photographs. Maybe we will be in the newspaper, again. Oh, take a look at today's front page (Vol. 111, No. 331) has a great article ("Roots grow deep on this short street", by Kyrie O'Connor) about 1960sWoodview students living on Centennial Street who have become extraordinary successful Americans in their careers. Woodview will continue this legacy as the administrators, parents, teachers, students and the community work to strive for the success of this young generation that have the future ahead of them.  

We had wheelbarrows, too! Monday we will be clean and ready for school and a new day to learn. We were so fortunate to have a day that wasn't 100+ degrees outside. There was a breeze, as well. When all was said and done I couldn't even wring sweat out of my bandanna!


  1. Another comment of praise to all the volunteers who came out to help with this project. We will plant seeds on Monday and begin culinary practice to help students develop tastes for fruits and vegetables.