Earth Day Groceries Reports, 2000
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Acadiana Park Nature Station
We decorated 2360 bags!
About our project: Earth Day Acadiana in Lafayette, LA has been involved in the Earth Day Groceries Project for the past two years. We contact local grocers and schools, deliver bags, and pick them up when the schools have decorated them. We have had a wonderful response to this activity from the schools and grocers. We had seven elementary schools in Lafayette Parish participate this year with a total of 2360 bags decorated. One of Earth Day Acadiana's goals is to get all of our elementary schools involved in this project. Thank You for the idea. ------- Ernest Gallet Elementary 2901 E. Milton Ave. Youngsville, LA 70592 750 bags all grade levels --------- Ascension Day School 1030 Johnston Street Lafayette, LA 70501 300 bags 4th grade ------- Westminister Christain Academy 105 Patriot Lafayette, LA 70508 150 bags all grade levels -------- Milton Elementary P.O. Box 239 Milton, LA 70558 310 bags all grade levels ---------- N. P. Moss Middle 805 Tuerlings Drive Lafayette, LA 70501 200 bags all grade levels ---------- S. J. Montgomery School 600 Foreman Drive Lafayette, LA 70506 250 bags all grade levels ------ Prairie Elementary 2910 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy. Lafayette, LA 70506 400 bags all grade levels
submitted on 7/20/2000
St. Michael School
New Orleans, LAUSA
We decorated 150 bags!
About our project: Earth Day 2000 was the first time that our school participated in the Earth Day Groceries project. In Computer class, we went to kidsdomain.com to learn about recycling and preserving our environment. Some students used the computer to write a short essay or a picture rebus on the importance of Earth Day and what they could do to help. The younger students made an Earth Day Friendship bracelet. They used brown cord to represent the earth and added different colored beads - green(grass), dark blue(water), light blue(sky), yellow(sun), and white(clouds). All students in the Elementary and Vocational Training Departments were responsible for decorating a grocery bag. We walked to our neighborhood grocery store, Robert's Fresh Market, to deliver the bags. The manager told us that the bags were such "works of art" that he wished he didn't have to give them away. We can't wait until next year!
Look at our pictures!
submitted on 5/4/2000
Northside Elementary School
Denham Springs, LAUSA
We decorated 270 bags!
About our project: This was the first time the second graders participated in the grocery bag project. They had a great time creating the scenes on the grocery bags.
submitted on 4/24/2000