2013-11-27 / Community

Bridging the world

Harvest Fest holds special meaning


HELPING HANDS— At right, Bridges Charter School student Charlotte Hughes, 7, arranges bone-shaped dog cookies that her classmates made onto a baking sheet so they can be baked in a toaster oven during the school’s fourth annual Harvest Festival on Nov. 22. The festival is thefinal activity in the students’“You + Me = WE Bridging the World!” study unit. Below, during the festival Bridges student Griffin Tollesson, 8, helps remove mulch from an area whereflowers will be planted in the school’s center courtyard. HELPING HANDS— At right, Bridges Charter School student Charlotte Hughes, 7, arranges bone-shaped dog cookies that her classmates made onto a baking sheet so they can be baked in a toaster oven during the school’s fourth annual Harvest Festival on Nov. 22. The festival is thefinal activity in the students’“You + Me = WE Bridging the World!” study unit. Below, during the festival Bridges student Griffin Tollesson, 8, helps remove mulch from an area whereflowers will be planted in the school’s center courtyard.

Photos by IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers Photos by IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers

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