Welcome Back to School!

We are so excited to welcome students back to school!

 

Jones Valley Teaching Farm has been hard at work this summer prepping all of our seven teaching farms for the 2017-2018 school year to start!  This school year, we will continue to collaborate with over 200 teachers on lessons in math, science, English Language Arts and social studies. Our Good School Food program will collectively impact over 4,500 PreK-12th grade students through these standards-based lessons, culinary classes, and after school programs.  We are grateful for our strong partnership with Birmingham City Schools and for the many, many local and national partners who make our work possible.  Here’s to providing every student with a transformative educational experience!

 

Photography by Cary Norton

 

Jones Valley Teaching Farm at Glen Iris Elementary School
1.Glen Iris Teaching Farm

Jones Valley Teaching Farm at Oliver Elementary School

2.Oliver

Jones Valley Teaching Farm at Avondale Elementary School
3.Avondale Teaching Farm For Website

Jones Valley Teaching Farm at Putnam Middle School
4.Putnam with Greenhouse

Jones Valley Teaching Farm at Hayes K-8 School
5.Hayes 2

Jones Valley Teaching Farm Downtown Campus (site for Phillips Academy Good School Food program)
Downtown Drone

Woodlawn High School Urban Farm

WHS

 

Woodlawn High School Urban Farm Greenhouse.  Over the course of a school year, over 35,000 seeds will be sown at the greenhouse; when ready, they are transplanted across our seven farm sites.

Woodlawn High School Greenhouse

 

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