Gardening & Ecology

  • IMAGE: Students planting in garden. The garden has become a popular place with our Trailblazers! We believe that students thrive in a balance between navigating Chromebooks as well as getting their hands dirty in the garden. Through gardening & ecology efforts at Coyote Trail, we are able to show students how to use technology to care for and harvest produce during the varying seasons.   

    Our garden is host to carrots, radishes, and scallions planted in raised garden beds at the front gate. Wildflowers are found in the tortoise habitat to attract pollinators.

    Sharing with all grade levels, the garden began with our fourth-grade students in 2019. Their classrooms got the ball rolling and we are grateful to the parents and staff who truly "planted a seed" within this group of students to start us on this blossoming journey. 

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    Marana Unified School District celebrates the individuality of each school’s accomplishments, programs, activities and people. Through collaborative learning, community engagement, creative learning environments, and encouraging positive behavior, we inspire students to learn today and lead tomorrow.