Fla. students find their green thumbs for legacy project

Students at Andrew Jackson Middle School in Titusville, Fla., worked this week on a gardening legacy project in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week. The student government chose to beautify the walkway teachers use every day when arriving at school. "I always tell my students that the things around us weren't just placed there," said social studies teacher and student government sponsor Jeffrey Wasserman. "Someone worked hard to build it all. Everything is a part of history."

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