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Nazareth, Fenwick, St. Joe's fall sports produce 10 highlight moments

Published: Wednesday, Dec. 25, 2013 12:30 p.m. CDT • Updated: Friday, July 25, 2014 4:45 a.m. CDT
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Emma Decker and Troi Sharpp of Nazareth Academy go up to block during their regional contest against Montini Catholic. The Roadrunners won 29 matches this fall. Sarah Minor file photo - sminor@shawmedia.com
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Nazareth Academy's Karlas Delano Robinzine runs the ball in a 41-0 win over Riverside Brookfield. The Roadrunners finished the 2013 campaign with an 8-3 record. Bill Ackerman file photo - backerman@shawmedia.com
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Nazareth Academy running back Julian Love (center) scores a touchdown in a 41-0 win over Riverside Brookfield. The Roadrunners finished the 2013 campaign with an 8-3 record. Bill Ackerman staff photo - backerman@shawmedia.com

RINGWOOD – A hands-on workshop will give teachers the background to build a native garden with their students back at their own school.

The program will be held 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. July 28 to Aug. 1 at Glacial Park's Lost Valley Visitor Center in Ringwood.

Participants will learn about the native plants and local Great Lakes habitats as a basis for interdisciplinary kindergarten through 12th grade curriculum activities, teacher professional development and citizen science. 

The program is collaboration with the Arboretum at University of Wisconsin, Lake County Forest Preserve and Earth Partnership for Schools. It's funded in part by the U.S. EPA Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.

The Great Lakes Earth Partnership Institutes will provide participants with the Great Lakes-EPS K–12 Curriculum Guide and Resource Binder, continental breakfast, snacks and supplies for the week

The cost is $100 per teacher, and each school will receive $150 for their school grounds project. Teachers can receive graduate credit from the University of Wisconsin-Madison; all fees have been waived. The program also translates to 45 continuing professional development units.

For more information, contact Education Outreach Coordinator Mary Kozub at the McHenry County Conservation District at 815-678-4532, extension 8117.

The deadline to register is July 20.

- Northwest Herald

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