Garden Location (1.3 miles from campus)
[If you ride a bike, be careful crossing 15
street! This is a terrible intersection! Peopledrive terribly! There is no crosswalk! Write your congressman a letter about thisintersection! (Sorry about the rant, but seriously, be careful)]The garden is located on the large field behind University Place Middle School. Theaddress for the school is: 2000 1st AvenueTuscaloosa, AL 35401-5007Directions from Nott Hall: Head south on Hackberry Ln toward University. Turn left at18
St. Turn right at 4
Take note: There are three field trip days. The Snows Bend trip is the only one that willrequire a car. Well discuss location, rides, etc, but these will take place during classtime, and youre expected to be there.
Weekly response paper (lowest grade dropped): 10 points each (total points: 100).60% of final grade.
Garden work: each garden day is worth 10 points, with 10 total garden days (totalpoints: 100). 20% of final grade. Students who miss more than 3 garden days willreceive no credit for the class.
Attendance: 14 classes, each worth 10 points. 20% of final grade. Students who missmore than 3 classes will receive no credit for the class.
If you are registered with the Office of Disability Services, please make an appointment with meas soon as possible to discuss any course accommodations that may be necessary. If you have adisability, but have not contacted the Office of Disability Services, please call 348-4285 or visit133-B Martha Parham Hall East to register for services. Students who may need courseadaptations because of a disability are welcome to make an appointment to see me duringoffice hours. Students with disabilities must be registered with the Office of Disability Services,133-B Martha Parham Hall East, before receiving academic adjustments.
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