The Great Pumpkin Patch has arrived at Jordan Valley School. Students at the school were treated to a special Pumpkin Patch set up on the campus the morning of Oct. 28, 2014. Students strolled among the gourds to pick their favorites to take home for a Halloween jack-o-lantern. The pumpkins were grown by inmates at the Utah State Prison and placed on the school grounds by correctional officers. The Pumpkin Patch is an annual tradition at Jordan Valley School, which serves students with severe disabilities, and for inmates who work in the prison’s greenhouse program to serve the community.
- Post published:October 28, 2014
- Post category:General News
- Post last modified:October 28, 2014
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