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Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School second-grader Khloe Kenyan, 7, crushes together wildflowers and biodegradable paper to create a seed ball during an International Peace Day activity about bees.

McNeal Elementary School students learn to "bee the change" in Lakewood Ranch

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 |

Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School second-grader Khloe Kenyan, 7, crushes together wildflowers and biodegradable paper to create a seed ball during an International Peace Day activity about bees.

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Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School fourth-graders Raine Thomas, 9, left, and Cora Erhardt, right, work together to cut out pieces of cloth that will be made into eco-friendly food storage.

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 |

Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School fourth-graders Raine Thomas, 9, left, and Cora Erhardt, right, work together to cut out pieces of cloth that will be made into eco-friendly food storage.

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Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School second-grader Sophie Lowrance makes a face while squishing wet wildflowers and biodegradable paper together to make a seed ball.

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 |

Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School second-grader Sophie Lowrance makes a face while squishing wet wildflowers and biodegradable paper together to make a seed ball.

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Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School PTO member Kelly Laning, separates a eco-friendly food storage bag from wax paper. Students made the food storage bags as an alternative to plastic wraps as part of International Peace Day.

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 |

Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School PTO member Kelly Laning, separates a eco-friendly food storage bag from wax paper. Students made the food storage bags as an alternative to plastic wraps as part of International Peace Day.

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Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School second-grader Sophia Tabb, 7, center, carefully squishes together wildflowers and biodegradable paper to make a seed ball she can put in her yard at home to help bees.

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 |

Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School second-grader Sophia Tabb, 7, center, carefully squishes together wildflowers and biodegradable paper to make a seed ball she can put in her yard at home to help bees.

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Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School volunteer Julie Ruffing uses an iron to create eco-friendly food storage a student made to use as an alternative to plastic wraps.

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 |

Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School volunteer Julie Ruffing uses an iron to create eco-friendly food storage a student made to use as an alternative to plastic wraps.

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From front left, Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School second-graders Hayden Laning, 7, and Violet Cadavid, 7, make seed balls with the help of PTO members, from back left, Kelly Laning, who is Hayden's mom, and Jolene Stewart.

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 |

From front left, Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School second-graders Hayden Laning, 7, and Violet Cadavid, 7, make seed balls with the help of PTO members, from back left, Kelly Laning, who is Hayden's mom, and Jolene Stewart.

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Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School volunteer Jennifer Schefft waves around eco-friendly food storage a student made to cool it down after using an iron to create it.

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 |

Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School volunteer Jennifer Schefft waves around eco-friendly food storage a student made to cool it down after using an iron to create it.

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Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School second-grader Owen Tana, 7, rolls together wildflowers and biodegradable paper to make a seed ball during a bee activity to celebrate International Peace Day.

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 |

Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School second-grader Owen Tana, 7, rolls together wildflowers and biodegradable paper to make a seed ball during a bee activity to celebrate International Peace Day.

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Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School PTO member Kelly Laning drops seeds into second-grader Haven Wiley's seed ball. The seed balls will grow wildflowers to attract bees so they can continue to pollinate.

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 |

Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School PTO member Kelly Laning drops seeds into second-grader Haven Wiley's seed ball. The seed balls will grow wildflowers to attract bees so they can continue to pollinate.

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From left, Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School fourth-graders Thiago Bravo, 9, Colt Smith, 10, and Hilel Yakich, 9, work together to outline a card on a piece of cloth to make eco-friendly food storage.

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 |

From left, Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School fourth-graders Thiago Bravo, 9, Colt Smith, 10, and Hilel Yakich, 9, work together to outline a card on a piece of cloth to make eco-friendly food storage.

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Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School second-graders Haven Wiley, 7, front, and Deacon Hauenstein, 7, make seed balls during an activity to celebrate International Peace Day.

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 |

Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School second-graders Haven Wiley, 7, front, and Deacon Hauenstein, 7, make seed balls during an activity to celebrate International Peace Day.

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