Last summer, the Blue Valley North High School prairie site thrived with coreopsis flowers and rye grass. The prairie is a multi-year project spearheaded by the school’s science teachers, Chris Ollig and Daniel Smalley. More than 140 students are involved in developing the prairie, which will be a hands-on learning environment for students of from all grade levels.
Last summer, the Blue Valley North High School prairie site thrived with coreopsis flowers and rye grass. The prairie is a multi-year project spearheaded by the school’s science teachers, Chris Ollig and Daniel Smalley. More than 140 students are involved in developing the prairie, which will be a hands-on learning environment for students of from all grade levels. Courtesy photo
Last summer, the Blue Valley North High School prairie site thrived with coreopsis flowers and rye grass. The prairie is a multi-year project spearheaded by the school’s science teachers, Chris Ollig and Daniel Smalley. More than 140 students are involved in developing the prairie, which will be a hands-on learning environment for students of from all grade levels. Courtesy photo