• Photos in the Garden

    During Moving Up/Classroom Awards/Spring Fair Ceremony Days.  Weather permitting, the school garden will be open for photographs from 9:30-10:30 each morning on these days. The garden, and our garden mural, make beautiful backdrops for your family photographs.  Everyone is welcome to take photos.  We will have some volunteers on hand to help, but we do not have a photographer this year - so please bring your own camera.  We have some plants for sale at bargain prices. 


    Nature's Classroom @ PS 102
  • PTA Plant Sale

    Friday May 10th : come visit the Nature's Classroom table for some unusual perennial  plants, herbs and veggie starters also houseplants - all proceeds from our table will support the school garden.  Thank! Volunteers are welcome and needed from 8:30am through 2:30pm. 

    Nature's Classroom @ PS 102
  • Spring is here!

    So wonderful to see our spring daffodils against our newly uncovered garden mural!  Volunteers prepared succulent gardens for the May plant sale and cleaned up to be ready for class visits. 

    Nature's Classroom @ PS 102
  • Bonnie Plant Third Grade Cabbage Program

    All PS 102 Third grade students will receive a Mega-Cabbage plant to care for and grow in their science class from Mrs. Willie and Ms. Sheri in April.  See for more help with growing your cabbage and how to take a winning picture for the national contest (one entry will be picked for each state to win $1000!) and best photo from each class will receive a prize from me!  Send your photos to any time before September 15, 2019.   Check out last year's cabbages on our home page. 


    Nature's Classroom @ PS 102
  • Join Us!

    Spring is here and the garden is beautiful! We meet each week on a Friday (or Thursday) to plan for the upcoming activities and class visits and work in the garden together. Meetings are at 9am. Just check our calendar. Join the garden email list by emailing Ms. Sheri for latest updates on class visits and activities. 

    Nature's Classroom @ PS 102
Read more about Nature's Classroom here:
 Garden Info 2019.doc  
Questions? : Contact Margaret Sheri at