Vegetables and fruits of all kinds are grown by students, led by two passionate teachers.
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John Woitovich and Mark Gostkiewicz used their experience as organic farmers to educate kids at JWMS.
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“It’s not restricted to ok, we are planting tomatoes or different vegetables. It’s all encompassing. Looking at agriculture, but how agriculture affects the environment. It’s all tied together,” said Woitovich.
Helping students understand where our food comes from, one shovel full at a time.
Knowledge that will help students make healthier choices when it comes to the food they eat.
“It’s nice to take a step back and learn a little more about how that food is grown and what goes into it,” said Woitovich.