Recent Awards and Donations


CA Garden Club Awards:

Recipient of the 2015 Youth Horticulture Award ($25) for creating and maintaining a garden area for growing flowers, vegetables, and shrubs.
Recipient of the 2015 Conservation Operation Wildflower Award ($200) for educating children about wildflowers and native plants.

We wish to thank the following organizations and companies for their generous help:
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Western Growers
In April of 2014, our school was one of 40 schools across AZ & CA to be awarded $500 in the Western Growers 2014 AZ/CA Sustainable Garden Grant.
In October of 2014, our school was one of 100 schools across CA to be awarded $1,500 in the 2014 Western Growers Foundation CA School Garden Grant.

Kellogg Garden Products
In February of 2014, our school received a large donation of organic soil, fertilizer, & insect spray.
In January of 2015, we received additional organic soil, fertilizer, and worm castings.
In September of 2016, we received organic compost, soil, fertilizer, and worm castings.


Fundraisers


Our 5th annual Garden Open House 2018!

Look for houseplants, seeds, and bugcards for sale on May 10, 2018.


Our 2014-15 school year Brick Fundraiser is now closed.

Leave your mark at Rolling Hills and also help us continue to maintain our wonderful garden by purchasing a personalized, engraved brick to
line the garden pathways.

Order forms available here. Mail in the orders or drop them off at the school's office.

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Donate a Wish List Item


Child-sized gloves - Gloves that fit up to a fifth grader (think small women's size). Gently used is okay!
Cuttings & flower bulbs - Please let us know if you have something interesting growing at home that we may want to plant. No water-hungry plants, please!
Colorful ceramic pots - Pots bigger than 8" diameter, shallow or deep, but vibrant in color.

Contact our Garden Coordinator if you have any questions or have something we can pick up. Thank you!


Future Projects


A root-viewing box for the garden is being constructed by a parent volunteer.

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Stay tuned for future projects!