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A powerpoint developed by students at AD Harris High School in Panama City, Fl about the outdoor classroom they built on school grounds. This powerpoint was sent to various news outlets around Panama …

A powerpoint developed by students at AD Harris High School in Panama City, Fl about the outdoor classroom they built on school grounds. This powerpoint was sent to various news outlets around Panama City, FL.

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  • 1. From an empty space
  • 2. To an outdoor classroom
  • 3. Allison Early, Ashley Vernon, David Methlie, and Anthony Smith build an arbor
  • 4. Teacher Tami Limberg and students construct a trellis from salvaged wood
  • 5. Josh Segree, Kory Walker and Tim Stuckey build a shade arbor
  • 6. Students help build shade arbor
  • 7. Desmond Taylor and Teacher Leon Mays attach shade cloth to the shade arbor
  • 8. Shade Arbor finished product
  • 9. Tevin Ross plants native plants
  • 10. Gabbie Kain and Maegan Goulet plant muhly grass, a native plant
  • 11. Finish product, a butterfly garden with twig furniture built by student Di’Arius Yarrel from salvaged wood
  • 12. Bird Bath with native plants

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