Agricultural Mustangs give special kids a special day

horticulture pictures with special kids
LRHS agriculture students Clayton Mante, junior and Tate Hammer, sophomore (standing, l to r) assist Camron Gamble, sophomore

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(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – Last Friday LRHS agriculture teacher Janyel Taylor’s horticulture class invited the school’s special needs students to her classroom to learn more about agriculture.

Agriculture students helped the special needs kids make a self-planter made from recycled bottles to plant their seeds.

Horticulture III student Tristan White, junior, said, “Working with the special needs kids was very rewarding and I hope in the future we can work with them more.”

LRHS exceptional student education teacher Melissa Koehlinger teaches the special needs Mustangs and said that the children loved working with the agriculture students and it was a great experience.