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Students rejuvenate Sch'dy High greenhouse

Schenectady High School 12th-grader Abigail Korkosz-Zielinski and 11th-grader Elijah Bennett move freshly potted seedling in the greenhouse at the school.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Schenectady High School 12th-grader Abigail Korkosz-Zielinski and 11th-grader Elijah Bennett move freshly potted seedling in the greenhouse at the school.
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Special education students have resuscitated a long-abandoned greenhouse in the center of Schenectady High School, creating an oasis of colorful flowers and tasty vegetables. Three grants are paying for ARC to run a gardening program at the greenhouse for students enrolled in life skills classes at the high school. These are students who are generally not mainstreamed and will stay in school until they turn 21. For them, the greenhouse isn’t a way to learn ...

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