Meadow Glen MS students shared their knowledge about school yard composting by making and hanging informative posters in their school hallway.
Students at Wren ES are reusing book pages to make fund wreaths.
4th-grade students at Center for Knowledge are getting a school-wide recycling project underway. How fun to hold their training in their outdoor classroom made in part from recycled rubber tire flooring covering and recycled milk jug lumber decking and seat planks.
Montessori students at Pontiac ES have started an operation Bedroll Project. Younger students will be preparing plastic grocery bags and older students will be transferring the bags into balls of “plarn” to crochet into bedrolls for Columbia’s unsheltered population.
“Walhalla HS students and staff are learning from Oconee County’s recycling mascot, Rocky the Raccoon, how to recycle during their Litter Free Game coming up this Friday, October 20.”
They came up with a great slogan:
“We are looking forward to Friday’s win against the Warriors while Rocky the Recycling Racoon is looking forward to winning the Razor Nation over to recycling.”
River Bluff HS students “left no trace” after a recent football game by participating in the PalmettoPride “Litter Free Games”
Lisa Perry, Green Steps teacher at Sneed Middle School led Keep Florence Beautiful’s successful 10 mile River Sweep along Lynches River.
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AC Moore ES students are already famous for one “found-art” wall mural. Now they are busy working on another.
Taylors Elementary students learn about waste reduction, recycling, and composting during a visit from Greater Greenville’s Waste Lab.