Friday, October 12, 2007

Carter School opens Sensory Garden Outdoor Classroom

Students, staff, families and supporters of the William E. Carter School gathered today for the dedication and ribbon cutting of the school's new sensory garden and outdoor classroom. The 16,450-square-foot garden is designed to create sensory appeal and learning motivation for students who are educationally challenged by severe cognitive and developmental disabilities.

1 comment:

American Muslima said...

What a beautiful garden! And what a long time in the making. Congratulations to the Carter staff for making this dream a reality.