At Larimore High School this year, they're turning learning into lunch.
As part of the school's ag production class, students raise a garden.
Students plant the garden before school lets out for summer. Now, they're harvesting their crop of cherry tomatoes, peppers, and cabbage.
It's all used to help feed 350 students at lunch time.
School officials say it's not enough to take a bite out of their lunch budget, but it does provide some hands on learning and something healthy and fresh on student's lunch trays
Max Danner, Teacher: "It's kind of neat to have the kids see the production being used in the lunch program. We start from seed. We nurture the plants, we transplant them."
Danner says it's become a much more productive way of teaching ag production, rather than just lecturing.