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Contemplating Cauliflower at Windsor High

  • Nick Lebau, a junior at Windsor High School, pretends to be a cauliflower, while fourth graders (left to right), Hallie Buffum, Can Liu, Joshua Epstein, and Karen Kapuscinski line up to taste broccoli and cauliflower during a "harvest lesson" taught by Windsor High School juniors and seniors in Windsor, Vt., on Nov. 7, 2013. The classes, organized by the Upper Valley Farm to School program, encourage elementary school students to try healthy produce, and teaches high school students leadership and teaching skills. <br/>(Valley News- Sarah Priestap)

    Nick Lebau, a junior at Windsor High School, pretends to be a cauliflower, while fourth graders (left to right), Hallie Buffum, Can Liu, Joshua Epstein, and Karen Kapuscinski line up to taste broccoli and cauliflower during a "harvest lesson" taught by Windsor High School juniors and seniors in Windsor, Vt., on Nov. 7, 2013. The classes, organized by the Upper Valley Farm to School program, encourage elementary school students to try healthy produce, and teaches high school students leadership and teaching skills.
    (Valley News- Sarah Priestap)

  • A fourth grader writes in his journal about his experience trying broccoli during a "harvest lesson" taught by Windsor High School students to State Street School fourth graders in Windsor, Vt., on Nov. 7, 2013. <br/>(Valley News- Sarah Priestap)

    A fourth grader writes in his journal about his experience trying broccoli during a "harvest lesson" taught by Windsor High School students to State Street School fourth graders in Windsor, Vt., on Nov. 7, 2013.
    (Valley News- Sarah Priestap)

  • Nick Lebau, a junior at Windsor High School, pretends to be a cauliflower, while fourth graders (left to right), Hallie Buffum, Can Liu, Joshua Epstein, and Karen Kapuscinski line up to taste broccoli and cauliflower during a "harvest lesson" taught by Windsor High School juniors and seniors in Windsor, Vt., on Nov. 7, 2013. The classes, organized by the Upper Valley Farm to School program, encourage elementary school students to try healthy produce, and teaches high school students leadership and teaching skills. <br/>(Valley News- Sarah Priestap)
  • A fourth grader writes in his journal about his experience trying broccoli during a "harvest lesson" taught by Windsor High School students to State Street School fourth graders in Windsor, Vt., on Nov. 7, 2013. <br/>(Valley News- Sarah Priestap)

Nick Lebau, a Windsor High School junior, pretends to be a cauliflower, while fourth-graders, from left, Hallie Buffum, Can Liu, Joshua Epstein and Karen Kapuscinski line up to taste broccoli and cauliflower during a “Harvest Lesson’’ taught by high school students last week at State Street School in Windsor. The classes, organized by the Upper Valley Farm to School program, encourage elementary school students to try healthy produce, and let high school students try their hand at leadership and teaching.

In the second photograph, a fourth-grader writes in his journal after trying the food.

Valley News photographs — Sarah Priestap