Green Schoolyard meetings take place the first Thursday of every month, 3-4 PM, in the Rooftop Garden. Family-friendly workdays are the second Saturday of every month as needed, 10 AM-1 PM. No gardening knowledge required. Please join us! Our mission: to enhance and green our outdoor areas and to provide choices for all students to play, reflect, discover, and investigate their environment.

Contact parent volunteer Andrea Flint Oberto (andrea.flint@gmail.com) or teacher Kevin Barisonek (barisonekk@sfusd.edu) with any questions or suggestions.

 

 
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Adopt a Hive Program and Humble Honeybee Project

Have you heard the buzzzz?  Alamo is getting its own beehive!

Our school has been selected to participate in Planet Bee Foundation’s Adopt a Hive Program as well as the Humble Honeybee Project. A beekeeper from Planet Bee will be working with third grade classes for the next two years to install a beehive, maintain it, and run a honey-spinning event. The Humble Honeybee workshop will provide our students with an extra full day of lessons.

With a focus on education, awareness, and stewardship, the Planet Bee program aims to teach children and adults the importance of the honeybee to our ecosystem. Their mission: to change the world one bee at a time! Find out more about the Planet Bee program at http://www.planetbee.org.

If you are interested in training to maintain the beehive, becoming an active bee steward, please contact Andrea Flint Oberto, andrea.flint@gmail.com.