On November 5, 2017, City Garden opened its doors to prospective families in our catchment area for tours and to learn more about applying to send their little future City Gardeners here next year!
One tradition for our Junior High students is to make and serve a “community meal” to family and friends. In December of 2017, the Junior High made quite a feast, with soups, salads, and yummy banana pudding for dessert!
Students from Ms. Sandi and Ms. Jori’s classes took a field trip across the river to Cahokia Mounds, where “the remains of the most sophisticated prehistoric native civilization north of Mexico are preserved… Within the 2,200-acre tract, located a few miles west of Collinsville, Illinois, lie the archaeological remnants of the central section of the …
In October, representatives from Missouri’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) completed a site visit of City Garden as part of our charter renewal process. Dr. Evans and Christie gave the DESE visitors a tour during the school day, with lots of excellent learning happening throughout the building!
Trunk or Treat was a spook-tacular time this year! Enjoy these photos:
City Garden celebrated Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month with a special festival featuring student projects, guest speakers, music, and more!
City Garden welcomed hundreds of grandparents and other special friends for Grandfriends’ Day: