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GARDEN RANGER PROGRAM

Through our Garden Ranger Program, a trained garden teacher visits the school once a week to engage students in the garden. We do our best to schedule a program that works with the needs of a school. Through our 6-week rotations, ( our most common iteration) we aim to have all students from the school participate in the program. The program is interactive, hands-on, and STEM-based. Currently in 100 schools, our Garden Ranger Program offers interdisciplinary garden- based classes to
students from K-12. A trained Garden Ranger is consistently on site for half a day ( apx) every week to care
for the garden and to deliver our straightforward and cheerful curriculum. EnrichLA supplies all of the
materials, seedlings, amendments and tools. EnrichLA also takes care of repairs, as needed.

Click here for more information on how our program works.

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Our K-12 Garden Ranger curriculum is engaging, fun, and interactive. Utilizing the garden, students learn about a wide array of topics, from learning how to care for an organic garden, to learning about the importance of pollinators. Our STEM-based curriculum has been developed over the years to cater to our program and to all our students. Lessons are grade-appropriate and also follow current academic standards.

Click here for a sample of our curriculum.
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Our Rangers

All our Garden Rangers are trained and vetted by EnrichLA, according to all LAUSD standards. Our Garden Rangers have the skills and experience to provide schools with an amazing garden program. 

Maintenance

Through our program, our Garden Rangers are responsible for maintaining the garden space throughout the school year and during summer. EnrichLA provides all the tools and materials for the program. EnrichLA also troubleshoots any issues with the drip irrigation system and garden.

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YEARLY CONTRIBUTION FROM SCHOOLS

EnrichLA works hard to find grants, donations, and sponsorships to help cover the cost of our program across all our schools. For this reason, we are able to ask schools to contribute the following towards the yearly program: 

Title 1 Schools: $6,900

Non Title 1: $8,700

Private Schools: $9,700

School Name
20th Street Elementary
42nd Street Elementary
Academia Moderna (Alta Public Schools)
Academic Leadership at Miguel Contreras
Aldama Elementary
Alta Loma Elementary
Angeles Mesa Elementary
Arroyo Seco Museum Science Magnet
Aspire Gateway
Atwater Elementary
Audubon Middle School
Berendo Middle School
Bret Harte Elementary
Broadus Elementary
Brockton Avenue Elementary School
Bryson Elementary
Bushnell Elementary
Calabash Charter Academy
Calvert Elementary
Carson Gore Elementary
Chandler Elementary
Cheremoya Elementary
CHIME's Institute
Clifford Elementary
Crestwood Street Elementary
Crystal Stairs - Sullivan
Dayton Heights
Delevan Drive Elementary
Eagle Rock Elementary
Eastman Elementary
El Sereno Elementary School
El Sereno Middle School
Elysian Heights Elementary
Emerson Community Charter Middle
Emerson Elementary School
Erwin Elementary
Farmdale Elementary
Fletcher Drive Elementary
Frank Del Olmo Elementary
Garvanza Elementary
Glenfeliz Elementary
Gridley Elementary
Hamlin Elementary
John Marshall High
John Muir Elementary
Jones Primary Center
Kester Ave Elementary
Kingsley Elementary
Lassen St. Elementary
Lenicia B Weemes Elementary
Lexington Avenue Primary
Lizarraga Elementary
Logan Academy
Los Feliz STEMM Elementary
Loyola Village Fine and Performing Arts Magnet
Luther Burbank Middle
Magnolia Elementary
Marvin Avenue Elementary
Mayberry Elementary
Mayflower Elementary
Melrose Elementary
Micheltorena Elementary
Mid City Prescott School of Enriched Sciences
Morningside Elementary
Mt.Washington Elementary
Multnomah Elementary
Normandie Elementary
O'Melveny Elementary
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Playa Del Rey Elementary
Pomelo Charter
Precious Blood School
Primary Academy
Queen Anne Elementary
Ramona Elementary
Rio Vista Elementary
Riverside Drive Charter
San Fernando Elementary
San Fernando High School
San Pascual Elementary
San Pedro Elementary
Sherman Oaks Charter
Sixth Avenue Elementary
Southeast DREAMS Magnet
St. Patrick's Catholic
Stevenson Elementary
Sunny Brae Elementary
Tenth St. Elementary
The Accelerated School
Thomas Starr King Middle School
Toluca Lake Elementary
Tom Bradley Elementary
Topeka Drive Elementary
Tulsa Elementary
Valley View Elementary
Van Ness Elementary
Variety Boys and Girls Club
Variety Boys and Girls Club Pueblo Del Sol
Vine Street Elementary
Virgil Middle School
West Vernon Elementary
Wilbur Charter for Enriched Studies
Willow Elementary
Wilshire Park Elementary
Woodland Hills Elementary
Woodlawn Elementary
Yorkdale Elementary
z. Benjamin Franklin Elementary
z. Drew Middle School
z. MacArthur Park Visual and Performing Arts Elementary

OUR PARTNER SCHOOLS

Curriculum
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