Stewards of Creation (Garden & Ecology Club) members started to fill the compost bin at their club meeting,Thursday, November 8th, starting with the leaves from cornstalks used for decoration at last month’s Harvest Festival.

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Food scraps, grass clippings and coffee grounds made up the “green/wet” ingredients.
Dried leaves, paper and ripped cardboard made up the “brown/dry” ingredients. 

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The club’s snack consisted of persimmons, pomegranate seeds and roasted pumpkin seeds. 


 


As members of God’s family, we appreciate and respect each other’s gifts, and we celebrate other’s differences, recognizing the contributions each makes to the Christian community. We honor parents as primary educators and work with them to provide for the religious, moral, and academic development of their children.

We strive to graduate responsible students who are confident in themselves, ready to enter the 21st century, and willing to respond to the Gospel mandate of service for peace and justice.


Our Lady of Guadalupe School is a private, Catholic school accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

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