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#1 Oct 27, 2008
Congratulations to Ann for what she has done for all of these students and the learning and happiness they have gained. My grandfather and father taught me like that years ago when I lived in the Edinboro area. Good for you Ann!
#2 Oct 27, 2008
Congratulations to Ann and her students!
I only wish more teachers in other schools across the country could do the same thing with their students.
#3 Nov 15, 2008
Gardening and outdoor ecology should be a course requirement for ALL kids. It's sad how many graduate high school and can't identify a Cedar Waxwing, can't tell an oak tree from a maple tree and have deathly fear of wonderful, beneficial and harmless creatures like dragonflies and earthworms.
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