This is great and I look forward to seeing this up and running at Otter Lake where I teach. I noticed some of the plastic from the school lunch being thrown away. If they are fairly clean (if green beans,or carrots were served in them), they could put in the plastic recycling. Most of the plastic containers the district uses for lunch are recyclable, it is just sometimes an issue of washing them out. I also noticed baggies being thrown away. We can encourage students to take these home and reuse them. Again, this is great and I look forward to seeing it at my school soon!
Awesome video and straight to the point. Great job kids!
Way to go Kids. We should have been doing this years ago. Super job.
Great video kids! Proud to say that Lakeaires, like many of our elementaries have been doing this for years. Now we can be even more efficient with the wonderful sorting tables and signage. Go Bears!
Great Job Kids. Helping the world to be a better place. One school at a time.
Outstanding Video! Love the color and shape coded lids/bins as well as the hanging examples and signs! But the best part was the energetic and enthusiastic student actors! Great Job & Great Idea.
I've been thinking that this would be a good idea for a long time! Great job in implementing it in your school! The earlier kids start recycling the more they are apt to continue to do it in their future!