Bird Rock Elementary has one bloomin’ classroom

The B-8 Scholars of Bird Rock Elementary School like the addition of planters. Photo: Courtesy

One fifth-grade class — whom their teacher calls the B-8 Scholars — at Bird Rock Elementary School has a brighter entryway into their room these days thanks to a “random act of kindness.”

A couple of weeks ago their teacher, Ginny LaRowe, arrived at school to find flower boxes hanging on the rail outside. She was greeted flowerboxes and hanging plants installed by her husband Kirk and Mr. Victor, the school’s custodian, working by flashlight before school started.

Students wrote thank-you notes. Photo Courtesy

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