Welcome to the Recycling and Environment Club!
Our goal is to help promote recycling activities and awareness in our school, homes, and community. Over 25 students participated in the club this year. Click here for our Recycling Club Newsletter.
Many hands make light work. We were able to do a lot this year:
- held a recycling drive for shoes
- created a newsletter
- collected the recycling bins
- made awareness projects for the lower grades (posters, stickers, etc.)
- had schoolyard clean-ups
Although the weather didn't cooperate for our last meeting--we still had a lot of fun with our dance off.
We hope you have a fun and safe summer!
For something interesting over the summer, make sure to check out the innovators at Boston GreenFest and Tech Expo Aug. 16-19, 2019. It looks like a lot of great information.
WHEN: Friday-Sunday, August 16-18, 2019 Starts at noon each day.
Exhibit/Vendor Hours: 12-6 pm (Friday-Sunday)
Performances: 12-9 pm (Friday/Saturday) and 12-6 pm (Sunday)
WHERE: 296 State Street, Boston, MA - T-Stop Aquarium
Rose Kennedy Greenway: from the Carousel to the Rings Fountain
Long Wharf: Christopher Columbus Park (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) and Marriott Long Wharf Grand Ballroom (GreenTech Expo - Saturday only 12-6)
Central Wharf: EcoRide & Drive - try out an electric vehicle on Central Street. See exhibits near the Aquarium's iMax. Learn how to build a vertical garden!
Hennessy's Upstairs: Boston Green FilmFest at 25 Union Street, near Faneuil Hall
Boston GreenFest & TechExpo is organized by Foundation for a Green Future and its dedicated team. The goal is to educate and empower people to create a more sustainable, healthier world. The Foundation is actively building an interconnected, ever-expanding network. From individuals young to old, business to nonprofit, neighborhood association to academic institution, Boston GreenFest & TechExpo welcomes everyone! By combining business, technology, and artistic expression, Boston GreenFest & TechExpo unites the community locally, nationally, & globally. The Foundation for a Green Future is excited to bring you this wonderful free three-day festival in a new venue, on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway and the historic Long Wharf. Our theme this year is Connecting Land and Sea. Be better stewards of our environment, share ideas and celebrate with us...and Do It the Green Way!
Visit bostongreenfest.org for more details.