Students from Ms. Pollard’s 7th grade ELA classes at Ebenezer MS inspire to us all to make good environmental choices with their recent YouTube skit.
Nancy Frick’s first-grade students at A .C. Moore ES are learning what it means “to be green.” Students are recycling, composting, and making projects with reused materials.
My puppet, Dumpy, and I had fun visiting this Green Steps classroom!
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Students collect and sort recycling at White Knoll High School. Green Step’s teacher, David Cann, then delivers the materials to Lexington County’s Edmund Landfill where the material will be transferred to Sonoco Recycling’s Material Recovery Facility to be baled and sent to factories.
Fifth-grade students and their teachers enjoyed an in-school field trip to learn about reducing, reusing, recycling composting and how recycling is sorted at their local MRF (Material Recovery Facility). They also learned how run-off pollution impacts their local watershed. Guest speakers included Janice Allen, Jane Hiller, and Chanda Cooper.