This second-grade student from Meadow Glen ES was the youngest winner of our annual RETHINK Contest to celebrate America Recycles Day. This young student taught most of us something we didn’t know about owls…their skin turns pink if they eat crayfish!
Congratulations to all the schools honored at our recent annual Midlands Green Step Award/Train/Update Session.
Pictured here are team leaders from Catawba ES, Meadow Glen ES and Harmony School.
CrossRoads Intermediate School’s Recycling team shows their third September collection for the “Your Bottle Means Jobs” contest.
CrossRoads Intermediate School has submitted their 2nd plastic bottle collection picture for our “your bottle means” contest. Don’t let your Columbia-area school be left behind. Start collecting drink bottles and sending your pictures!
River Bluff HS used grant money to install six drinking water refilling stations. Students will now be able to easily reduce the use of plastic bottles at their school.
iCivic students at Meadow Glen MS collect recycling every Friday and educate their classmates to “recycle right”
Meadow Glean ES art students painted and mounted wooden slats cut from an old window blind.
Students learn how to plant a spring garden at Meadow Glen Middle School.
Students at Meadow Glen MS Compost to feed their garden
River Bluff HS students dry rosemary to make flavored oil.