The idea for a school nature center originally came from Ron Freed, a retired QCSD principal. Our nature center was designed and formed by a group of parents and teachers. It is maintained by students, parents, and teachers. Funding for the nature center comes from the Tohickon Valley PTO. The whole community gets involved. We use our nature center as an outdoor classroom. It is a School Yard Habitat registered with the National Wildlife Federation and is home to creatures great and small. There are many kinds of plants and trees, birds, butterflies, and sometimes, if you watch closely, you may even see a wild turkey or two.