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Fall 2020 Newsletter

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2 Our awesome new science classrooms: Biology (Jeff and Mary Weinberg/Jedel Family Foundation), Chemistry (William and Marlene Penny), and Physics (The Zaremba Family), with lots of room to learn and experiment—socially distanced of course! Our new M3JP Outdoor Learning Environment is becoming a reality thanks to an Elizabeth Schultz Environmental Fund grant from the Douglas County Community Foundation and the Jedel Family Foundation. It is named for Mary Dillon and Jon Hafker and Jake, Justin and Pete Esau—a beautiful outdoor space for science as well as peaceful reflection. ' ' I ,\ \ \ \ ' / ' , / '� / I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Butterfly Garden and Pollinators I I I I I ASCLEPIAS ASTER BAPTISIA COREOPSIS DALEA HELIANTHUS LIATRIS MONORDA PENSTEMON CONEFLOWER SALVIA SOLIDAGO l I • , ' Marginal Edge Plants WATER LILY THALIA BLUE FLAG IRIS ' , GRAVELBIOFILTER AND WATERFALLS BUTTONB USH -- .. � Native Grasses . LITTLE BLUESTEM SIDEOATS GRAMA BIG BLUESTEM \, Trees and Shrubs j BLACK CHERRY PAWPAW REDBUD BLACK CHERRY NATIVE PLUM BUTTON BUSH • • IVE GRASSES POLLINATOR ., EXISTING CONCRETE WALK REE & DILLON ASSOClATES Landsc e Architecture & Constru

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