Each school in our region has got its own garden and our school is not an exception. It has become a tradition for our students to grow flowers and vegetables in our school garden in spring and summer. Each student has to work for it for 10 or 12 days. Boys usually do hard work: digging the soil, taking rubbish away, cutting grass and old bushes. Girls clean the yard, water plants, whitewash trees to protect them from harmful insects, weed rows and flower-beds. Every spring we do community clean-ups. Our 8th form did it 2 weeks ago. There were 2 groups of students. The first one swept the central garden. The second took different rubbish, old leaves and dry branches away. We did the job for 3 hours. We are sure that the work we did is very useful for keeping our school yard clean and tidy and for preventing an ecological trouble in our region.
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Gymnasium #38, 8th grade
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