First Recycling Program For School

By: Michel Mason Email
By: Michel Mason Email

Some students start the first recycling program at their school, just in time for Earth Day.

This month, four seniors at Hazard High School began collecting paper.

"Project Go Green" is their community service project as Valedictorians and Salutatorians.

"We wanted to do something that not only helped the people in our area, but the world," said Senior Rachel Evans.

"We have three buckets. One in the office, library and the computer lab and the buckets are actually really full by the time we take them to the recycling center," said Senior Sanjana Shankar.

After graduation, the group plans to pass the project on to underclassmen so it can be expanded.

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  • by jack Location: harlan poor house on Apr 23, 2009 at 07:34 PM
    why don't we teach history, english, math and science and leave the political goodless stuff alone unless you are for giving us a school voucher system so we have a choice. I am against green and don't want my children taught anyting about green.....I think green is brought to us from the immormal baby killing same sex marrage democrat party and its hacks.


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