Once again our environmental science classes are putting our school on the map. This past fall, people across the northern hemisphere planted Red Emperor tulip bulbs in Journey North Test gardens to monitor seasonal change in a scientific way. This spring when plants emerge and bloom, gardeners report their observations and data. One garden at a time, the relationship between climate, geography, and the arrival of spring is revealed. St. Cyprian’s Episcopal School was the first school in the nation to report blooms! Visit the Journey North website and click on the red dot in Texas to view our school’s report and progress in this environmental test! Reflecting on the beginnings of the dry and dead looking tulip bulbs and the glorious beauties that emerged, you will certainly sing Natalie Sleeth’s words in Hymn of Promise with new appreciation for the wonderful signs God gives us through nature of His love for each of us.