Project MOST’s Earthsavers

A program on the environment run in partnership with the Group for the East End

   Project MOST’s Earthsavers Club, a program on the environment run in partnership with the Group for the East End, had fourth graders in the Project MOST after-school program at Springs and the John M. Marshall Elementary School learning about the digestive systems and diets of owls last week. Students dissected owl pellets to find the fur and bones of small animals like voles and mice.
   Fourth and fifth graders at John Marshall have also been involved in knitting circles with Robin Keslonsky Jahoda, who has been teaching small groups about finger knitting and traditional knitting.