Welcome to the Environmental Club!
The purpose of the Mill Street
Environmental Club is to help our staff, students and community learn and
participate in our recycling efforts.
Club members will make crafts out of re-purposed
materials, learn how to create our own source of energy, and participate in
presentations by local energy experts.
Students will organize and run the Used Book Sale in the spring as well
as volunteering as Table Captains at lunch time.
The Environmental Club will meet each month on a Wednesday before school from 7:30-8 AM and is open to all 3rd, 4th and 5th graders.
OCTOBER 14 – USED BOOK SALE - *EACH
BOOK COST ONLY .25
PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT THE CLEAN WATER EFFORT SPONSORED BY TERRACYCLE
OCTOBER 26 – SCARCE WILL VISIT OUR
CLUB AND BRING COMPOSTING WORMS
NOVEMBER 30 – KNOCH PARK PRAIRE
CENTER WILL BE OUR GUEST SPEAKER- THEY WILL BRING “FLICKER” THE BOXWOOD SNAKE
DECEMBER 14 – CRAFT
JANUARY 25 – SCARCE WILL BRING THE
MARCH 1 – G.E. WILL BE OUR GUEST
SPEAKER AND PRESENT A PROJECT ON WIND ENERGY
APRIL 26 - TBD
Taking care of our planet is one of our most important jobs.
Students are the ones who can make a difference!
Did You Know?
Mill Street School recycles cell phones, ink
cartridges, gym shoes, crayons, batteries and
aluminum beverage cans and pop tabs!
Send Them In!