Earth Day Groceries Reports, 2001

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Kiya Patrick
Montgomery County Solid Waste
Moraine, OHUSA

We decorated 7200 bags!

About our project: The Following Montgomery County (OH) Schools participated: 9 Kroger stores and 1 Cub Food Store donated the bags 1. Lincoln Elementary (600 bags) 2. Patterson Kennedy Elementary (600 bags) 3. St. Helen School (500 bags) 4. City Day Community School (240 bags) 5. Cornell Heights Elementary (500 bags) 6. E.J. Brown Elementary (600 bags) 7. Jefferson Montessori School (300 bags) 8. Phillipsburg Elementary School (300 bags) 9. Queen of Martyrs School (150 bags) 10. Webster Elementary (38 bags) 11. Bauer School (100) 12. Driscoll Elementary (450 bags) 13. Medlar View School (125 bags) 14. Moraine Meadows (125 bags) 15. Normandy Elementary (55 bags) 16. Orchard Park (50 bags) 17. Dayton Academy (600 bags) 18. MacFarlane Middle School (300 bags) 19. Miami Valley Family Child Centers (30 bags) 20. Richard Allen Academy (145 bags) 21. Wogaman Elementary (200 bags) 22. World of Wonder Community School (260 bags) 23. St. Peters Catholic School (850 bags)

submitted on 6/18/2001

David Schwartz
Mosdos Ohr HaTorah
Cleveland Hts., OHUSA

We decorated 75 bags!

About our project: I was thrilled to come across your website! This project was perfect! The class, the administration, the store, everyone loved it! Great springboard to discussion and such. I plan to expand the project next year!! Thanks, Mr. Schwartz

submitted on 6/6/2001

Anita Miller
Stingel Intermediate School
Mansfield, OHUSA

We decorated 154 bags!

About our project: Our local grocery store, Hawkins was very excited to be our partner in making their customers aware of Earth Day and in raising awareness of environmental issues. The students were thrilled to be creating that would remind adults of their responsibilities to preserving our earth.

submitted on 5/8/2001

Eddie Jayne
Riverside Elementary School
Dublin, OHUSA

We decorated 446 bags!

About our project: This was the first year our school was involved with this project. When the people at the grocery store saw me coming with the pile of bags they were all waiting anxiously to see the designs on the bags. The community was excited about getting the student decorated bags.

Look at our pictures!  

submitted on 5/3/2001

David Schwartz
Mosdos Ohr HaTorah
Cleveland Hts., , OHUSA

We decorated 75 bags!

About our project: We are a very small private jewish school. I take the future of the earth very seriously. When I ran across this project over the internet, I was thrilled. It seemed perfect for my class. Now that we tried it and it was so successful, I plan to widen it to all our classes - about 200 boys and hit three area stores. We put some pictures in our school newsletter and everyone was happy with our project. It was original and very educational. Thanks so much for enhancing my Spring ecology unit.

submitted on 4/29/2001