Prevailing rains gave way to sunshine and warm temperatures on Wednesday, April 5th -- just in time for students to get outside and work in Harrison's garden. Under the direction of Mrs. Adams and Mr. Russak, students in kindergarten, first and second grade planted lettuce, broccoli, kale, spinach, cauliflower, string beans and pansies. Soon, their efforts will get a welcome boost from the compost being created by worms that currently reside in tanks in the 4th grade classrooms. The wiggling worms are busy making rich soil which will be added to the garden. As spring showers and sunshine continue to pour down, keep your eye on how the flowers and vegetables are growing!