Annually, focusing on sustainability efforts, our Student Council partners with a variety of organizations to make sure our used school supplies don't go to a landfill. Check out the optional opportunities and if you have questions, contact Mrs. Davenport.
Used, yet working and usable school supplies can be donated to Catholic Charities. 5th-8th graders will have the opportunity to donate in their classrooms on locker clean-out days. Other families interested in participating should drop off any donations to Mrs. Davenport before May 29 at 9 a.m.
Broken crayons will be donated to The Crayon Initiatve, who will melt them down and make new crayons for children in U.S. hopsitals. Donate crayons to the Art Room before May 29 at 9 a.m.
Non-working markers (washable, permanent, expo, etc.) can be recycled, through our work in the Crayola ColorCycle Initiative. Drop them off at the Art Room before May 29 at 9 a.m.
Mrs. Hill hosts a book exchange program during library classes. Any remaining books are shared with Catholic Charities for their reading and tutoring initiatives. Have additional book donations? Drop your donations off to Mrs. Davenport before May 29 at 9 a.m.