AAPS Link: Scarlett’s newly enhanced bird sanctuary is a gift from SESLA students

 

Students returning to Scarlett Middle School in September will quickly notice a new addition thanks to students in the Summer English as a Second Language Academy (SESLA). Over the last three weeks, the students have enhanced Scarlett Woods, creating a new bird sanctuary complete with a perennial garden, bird houses, bird bath,  new trees and shrubs, mulch, and a colorful mural.

Read the terrific story (and see the photos/videos) by AAPS District News Editor Jo Mathis at: http://news.a2schools.org/scarletts-newly-enhanced-bird-sanctuary-is-a-gift-from-sesla-students/

 

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