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You might look to see what materials, information, classes, or local gardening experts are available through your local programs of:
Gardening Extension 
Community Gardens 
-- might have a high school level gardening program in your area
(it looks like you are in WA?? -- Here's the WA State University 4-H Youth Development Gardening Program

Some FREE ideas:
Cornell Garden-Based Learning, Youth Lessons -- links to various activities/projects from Cornell College of Agriculture & Life Science 
4-H Gardening handout -- project suggestion list, from University of Florida
School Garden Curriculum -- 200+-page info packet & worksheets for K-12 on growing a school garden from Slow Food USA
Pathways to Horticulture -- pdfs and powerpoints from Minnesota Nursery and Landscaping Association

Some NOT free ideas:
4-H Gardening Curricum series ($7 each)
A (gr. 3-4) = "See Them Sprout"
B (gr. 5-6) = "Let's Get Growing
C (g. 7-9) = "Take Your Pick
D (gr. 10-12) = "Growing Profits"

Junior Master Gardener (middle/high school level)

Beginning to Garden Books:
Square Foot Gardening
How Plants Work
The Vegetable Garden Bible
The Month-by-Month Gardening series, by area of the US (assuming you are WA, here's for the Pacific Northwest)

ETA -- P.S.

For high school level resources, you might also cross-post on the High School Board for more eyeballs of those who have or have graduated students at that level and have done gardening for credit at that level.

Edited by Lori D.
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