Aborted Arc: Jackie and Max got together in the Season 2 Finale, only for her to be gone by the Season 3 premiere.
The earthquake storyline seems to be dropped after Season 2 in favor of using a deadly virus instead.
Ascended Extra: Becca was a background character with a different hairstyle in the first two seasons before becoming one of the main Ravens in season three.
Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Suzanne is revealed to be working for the client, and has no problem with trying to kill the Greenhouse's students.
Cast as a Mask: Jason's split personality is played by Adriano Haovel, while Jason himself is played by Yiftach Mizrahi.
Cultural Translation: In addition to changing the setting, some elements of The Greenhouse's plot were changed to better suit an American audience. For example: the taser that Daniel finds and injures himself with was originally a gun.
Foreign Remake: Of The Greenhouse.
Once More, with Clarity!: The season 4 finale reveals that Jason and the client are the same person with a split personality, showing previous scenes only this time with Jason talking to himself as he alternates between personas.
Put on a Bus: Jackie left the academy to find her mom and breaks up with Max inbetween seasons.
Aspen moves back to London inbetween seasons as well.
Judy and Marcus are presumably still in prison after the end of Season 2, and have not appeared in person since then.
Remake Cameo: Tamir Ginsburg, who played Ron (who Parker was based on) in the original series, plays the role of Tyler in the first episode.
Split-Personality Takeover: Jason was revealed to be the client the whole time as an example of this.
Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Becca seems to be one for Aspen after her departure, as most of her screentime is just her being jealous of Hayley and caring for Leo.
Tucked away in Thorndale, Ontario, just outside the eastern boundary of London, is a 60,000 square foot, student-run greenhouse. Currently, the greenhouse is packed with Norway spruce that were planted and cared for by Thames Valley students. In the coming months, the greenhouse will grow trees, fresh-cut flowers and vegetables for the food bank.
Since the greenhouse's launch last summer, over 250 students have worked to get the greenhouse up and running. Students come for the entire day once a week and take part in a number of different hands-on tasks, gain work experience and connect their classroom learning to a real-world setting.
"Students learn best when what they are learning is real and relevant," says Angie. "At the greenhouse, students have the opportunity to collaborate, problem solve, manage inventory, advertise, sell, use social media, balance finances, and deal with everyday scenarios of the work force."
Project Greenhouse is a school-wide STREAM project whose purpose is to build a functional greenhouse, power it with solar panels, plant seeds that will grow to seedlings that can be transplanted to a large garden, and harvest the crops to donate them to various food banks.
Students will plan, design, and construct the greenhouse, complete with solar panels for power, storage areas, a self-watering system, and a fence. The greenhouse and garden will be located on the campus directly behind the science classrooms. Students will be empowered in the process from the beginning, gaining experience in budgeting, safety, planning and design, construction, accessorizing, planting, harvesting, and disbursing products. Students will have a hands-on opportunity to carry out cross-curricular studies in biology, environmental science, and physics, mathematics, and engineering, and technology, stressing the importance of the mutual interaction among the sciences and the simultaneous expression of humanistic values. Preparing the field, planting the seedlings, caring for the plants, harvesting the crops, and disbursing produce to local food banks will be handled mainly by the students, with a team of adult moderators/teachers for guidance. 041b061a72