"We love the idea of the students having ownership of the campus," Norwalk High social studies teacher Robert Karl told Daily Voice. "It brings the students together. ...
"We get about 150 showing up, and we give them a breakfast and a lunch. We get donations for plants and mulch — L & L Ever-Green has been very supportive — and the kids have fun.
"For some of them it's the first time they've touched dirt," Karl joked.
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