Clinic teaches good stewardship of earth

Clinic teaches good stewardship of earth

During the Lindbergh Eager Achievers’ Program’s annual Birdhouse Clinic, third-grade students worked alongside parents and grandparents to build habitats for their back yards where birds can build nests this spring. Some of the birdhouses will be hung at LEAP’s home, Dressel School, and become part of an outdoor observation area. Last year, LEAP students donated the birdhouses to the city of Sunset Hills, to provide temporary habitats for birds following the 2010 New Year’s Eve tornado that destroyed more than 200 trees. Pictured, from left, are: Sappington third-grader Amy Soulier, parent Jason Christian and his son, Kennerly third-grader Riley Christian.