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Eagle View students plant tree for Arbor Day

Students in Belinda Reier's second-grade class at Eagle View Elementary School celebrated Arbor Day by planting a tree in front of the school Thursday, April 27.

Belinda Reier's second-grade class at Eagle View Elementary School planted a tree in front of the school Thursday, April 27, in honor of Arbor Day.
Belinda Reier's second-grade class at Eagle View Elementary School planted a tree in front of the school Thursday, April 27, in honor of Arbor Day. Theresa Bourke/Echo Journal

Students in Belinda Reier's second-grade class at Eagle View Elementary School celebrated Arbor Day by planting a tree in front of the school Thursday, April 27.

Before planting the tree, students watched a video about how how trees are used to build houses. They further learned about the importance of trees in the building process from representatives from the Mid-Minnesota Builders Association and Backyard Reflections.

The students are now in charge of tending to the tree as it grows.

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