Our students have come to this school for a variety of reasons, the most important of these is that they have realized they need to get their high school diploma but haven't been successful in a traditional school setting.
In the lab, students are given the opportunity to apply core learning into practical skills.
Letting them discover skill they didn't know they had. Branching into new fields that they didn't know existed. Looking at the world in a new light and discovering a world outside of the social media.
In this project, the students will learn where produce comes from and that even if you don't have dirt to grow in you still can make your own food. The Rockwool Cubes are used to start the seed and provide a base for the roots. The Hydrofarm Clay Pebbles are used to keep the plants in the hydroponic system. And the Flora Grow, Bloom, Micro Fertilizer provides the plant's nutrition.
The goal is to let the students take home their own produce and have it with their family.
By making a homemade salad with lettuce, bell pepper, tomato and cucumber and salsa with tomato, cilantro, onion, and chilles.
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