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Photo gallery: Harvest education

  • Jackson Street School kindergartner Amanita Hidalgo, center, smiles after being fitted with a straw hat and neckerchief by her teacher, Jen Reed, left, for the school's Farmer Day on Tuesday. At right is classmate Mattea Segal.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Jackson Street School kindergartner Amanita Hidalgo, center, smiles after being fitted with a straw hat and neckerchief by her teacher, Jen Reed, left, for the school's Farmer Day on Tuesday. At right is classmate Mattea Segal.
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  • Jackson Street School kindergartner Mattea Segal greets her teacher, Jen Reed, at right with a sprig of kale in her hat, at the beginning of the school's Farmer Day on Tuesday. Seated on background, dressed as a cowgirl, is classmate Emmeline Marks.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Jackson Street School kindergartner Mattea Segal greets her teacher, Jen Reed, at right with a sprig of kale in her hat, at the beginning of the school's Farmer Day on Tuesday. Seated on background, dressed as a cowgirl, is classmate Emmeline Marks.
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  • Jackson Street School kindergartner Sophie Levin, center, talks to classmate Isaiah Comerford-Hennessy while he waits for their teacher, Jen Reed, to make him a neckerchief for the school's Farmer Day on Tuesday. <br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Jackson Street School kindergartner Sophie Levin, center, talks to classmate Isaiah Comerford-Hennessy while he waits for their teacher, Jen Reed, to make him a neckerchief for the school's Farmer Day on Tuesday.
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  • Jackson Street School fourth grader Benjamin Gollis-Pedelaborde reads under a straw hat while he waits for his mother during the school's Farmer Day on Tuesday. <br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Jackson Street School fourth grader Benjamin Gollis-Pedelaborde reads under a straw hat while he waits for his mother during the school's Farmer Day on Tuesday.
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  • "I dreamed I lost a tooth," Jackson Street School kindergartener Tess Ventola, left, told classmate Ceara MacDonald as they waited to enter the school Tuesday morning for "Farmer Day". <br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    "I dreamed I lost a tooth," Jackson Street School kindergartener Tess Ventola, left, told classmate Ceara MacDonald as they waited to enter the school Tuesday morning for "Farmer Day".
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Jackson Street School kindergartner Amanita Hidalgo, center, smiles after being fitted with a straw hat and neckerchief by her teacher, Jen Reed, left, for the school's Farmer Day on Tuesday. At right is classmate Mattea Segal.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Jackson Street School kindergartner Mattea Segal greets her teacher, Jen Reed, at right with a sprig of kale in her hat, at the beginning of the school's Farmer Day on Tuesday. Seated on background, dressed as a cowgirl, is classmate Emmeline Marks.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Jackson Street School kindergartner Sophie Levin, center, talks to classmate Isaiah Comerford-Hennessy while he waits for their teacher, Jen Reed, to make him a neckerchief for the school's Farmer Day on Tuesday. <br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Jackson Street School fourth grader Benjamin Gollis-Pedelaborde reads under a straw hat while he waits for his mother during the school's Farmer Day on Tuesday. <br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • "I dreamed I lost a tooth," Jackson Street School kindergartener Tess Ventola, left, told classmate Ceara MacDonald as they waited to enter the school Tuesday morning for "Farmer Day". <br/>KEVIN GUTTING

NORTHAMPTON — The annual Harvest Week at Jackson Street School included Farmer Day Tuesday, garden lessons Thursday with garden educator Hope Guardenier of School Sprouts, and field trips to Crimson and Clover Farm. On Friday, Harvest Week wraps up from 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. with the annual harvest potluck and garden work day for Jackson Street families, students and teachers.

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