Sea Breeze installs pathways and Bark Bros. blows in soil and rocks for pathways.
Ecology students receive grant from South Portland Conservation Commission to install rain garden.
Defining Lines Landscape uses a crane to remove rocks and mulch, so pathways and planting can be installed.
Courtyard design is revised through the expertise of landscape designer Sashie Misner.
First Courtyard Project public fundraiser held at Flatbread Portland September 13th
Sustainability Committee runs raffle fundraiser and informational campaign at SPHS events
Tania Ferrante and Shelly Tallack present revised concept design to South Portland School District Superintendent and Facilities Manager
Tania Ferrante and Eve O'Connor collect student feedback on preliminary concept design
Sarah Witte and Shelly Tallack present concept design to Sustainability Committee based on workshop brainstorm
SPHS hosts public workshop where community members, students, and staff draft design ideas for the courtyard
SPHS partners with Portland Trails to contract two design professionals who will consult on the project
Sustainability Committee collects surveys from over 600 students and staff voicing hopes and ideas for the courtyard