Hilton Head Island International Baccalaureate Elementary first-graders — from left, Siris Liptak, Sadie Wolfe, Connor Bell and Luke Sodermann — dig in the compost garden during Wednesday's schoolwide Conservation Celebration. Guidance counselor Francis Ferrene started the garden, and several fifth-graders made compost out of lunchroom table scraps. The goal of the program is to teach students and the community to be eco-friendly.
Hilton Head Island International Baccalaureate Elementary first-graders — from left, Siris Liptak, Sadie Wolfe, Connor Bell and Luke Sodermann — dig in the compost garden during Wednesday's schoolwide Conservation Celebration. Guidance counselor Francis Ferrene started the garden, and several fifth-graders made compost out of lunchroom table scraps. The goal of the program is to teach students and the community to be eco-friendly. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
Hilton Head Island International Baccalaureate Elementary first-graders — from left, Siris Liptak, Sadie Wolfe, Connor Bell and Luke Sodermann — dig in the compost garden during Wednesday's schoolwide Conservation Celebration. Guidance counselor Francis Ferrene started the garden, and several fifth-graders made compost out of lunchroom table scraps. The goal of the program is to teach students and the community to be eco-friendly. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

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