Annie Fisher STEM Magnet School Breaks Ground on Victoria Morse Memorial Curriculum Garden

Annie Fisher STEM Magnet School Breaks Ground on Victoria Morse Memorial Curriculum Garden

Published on May 4, 2016

 

Generous Green Power Grant from Pratt & Whitney to Honor Late Principal

 

Parents, Staff, Faculty and Volunteers from Annie Fisher STEM Magnet School, with help possible from Pratt & Whitney, UTC, United Way, University High School of Science and Engineering, and others will be building science curriculum garden for K-8 students.  Local, Hartford gardening experts Lindsey Karl, Helen Thompson, Laura Berman and April Cook have been generous, in-kind supporters of this project 

 9am to 5pm on Saturday, May 7th at Annie Fisher STEM Magnet School at 280 Plainfield Street

 In December of 2014, Annie Fisher STEM Magnet School lost its beloved principal, Victoria Morse, very suddenly to an aggressive form of cancer. A 2012 National Blue Ribbon School and 2015 Magnet School of Excellence, the school is creating a curriculum garden to remember Vicki. This memorial will support our children’s science education, encompassing Vicki’s loves: children, science and nature.

 

 

 

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