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LPOHS Gets hands-on with Bees

LPOHS Gets hands-on with Bees

September 21, 2019

This story was published in the Bonner County Daily Bee, September 21, 2019. Written by Mary Malone. Mary Malone can be reached by email at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter @MaryDailyBee. SANDPOINT — Each honey bee has ...

To bee or not to bee … a beekeeper

To bee or not to bee … a beekeeper

October 9, 2018

During the Spring of 2018 Randy attended a beekeeping workshop at North 40. Only a couple weeks later he scored a sweet deal on five bee brood boxes. Not planning to start beekeeping until spring the following year he stacked them right outside the door to ...

Women in Science

October 4, 2018

“The Tempest” Field Trip

March 13, 2018

On Friday March 16th  at 7:45 we left early to Eastern Washington University to go watch "The Tempest" by William Shakespeare's.  "The Tempest"  has to deal with watch who you trust, love can happen where you never would except it, and forgiveness is key to have a happy life. The summary of "The Tempest" "Prospero, a sorcerer and the rightful Duke of Milan, dwells on an enchanted isle with his daughter, Miranda. Twelve years earlier, the duke's brother, Antonio, and Alo...

Spring has Sprung

March 13, 2018

The culinary teacher, Rand and Randy, the art teacher are working on getting garden beds here at LPO so the culinary students can have fresh vegetables to cook with and so the students can feel like they have done something good for the school. Rand is finding the place where we are going to put them, how much the beds are going to cost, how we are going to grow the plants, what we need to grow all the plants and how much that is going to be.  Randy's students are going...

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