Upper and lower school students recently collaborated on a project to help students become more environmentally conscious. Last year the upper school Key Club placed stickers on all upper school towel dispensers in an effort to improve conservation and promote responsible use of paper towels. This year they proposed expanding this program to the lower and middle schools as well and this fall, Key Club members met with members of the lower school Service Club to complete the project.
While putting up the stickers, the students shared some of their experiences and ideas for future projects. In addition to providing a valuable environmental service to the lower school, this project also gave younger students a chance to see what kinds of activities await them when they get to the upper school. Look for collaboration across grade levels to continue, as the Key Club has invited Service Club members to join them at several CVS pharmacies this holiday season in an effort to raise money for Second Harvest Food Bank.