Bright Elementary starts recycling program


The students at Bright Elementary have kicked off a recycling program at their school. “Thanks to the generous donation of recycling tubs from the Highland County Recycling Program and the RPHF Solid Waste District, each classroom has recycling tubs for all classroom recyclable paper,” said Clinton Davis with Highland County Community Action. Students at Bright will take an active role in the program by collecting paper and assuring that it goes to the large recycling bin. The cafeteria staff will also do their part by eliminating the use of foam bowls in the cafeteria. The school hopes to also schedule presenters to visit classrooms and present educational programs about the importance of recycling in today’s world.

The students at Bright Elementary have kicked off a recycling program at their school. “Thanks to the generous donation of recycling tubs from the Highland County Recycling Program and the RPHF Solid Waste District, each classroom has recycling tubs for all classroom recyclable paper,” said Clinton Davis with Highland County Community Action. Students at Bright will take an active role in the program by collecting paper and assuring that it goes to the large recycling bin. The cafeteria staff will also do their part by eliminating the use of foam bowls in the cafeteria. The school hopes to also schedule presenters to visit classrooms and present educational programs about the importance of recycling in today’s world.


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The students at Bright Elementary have kicked off a recycling program at their school. “Thanks to the generous donation of recycling tubs from the Highland County Recycling Program and the RPHF Solid Waste District, each classroom has recycling tubs for all classroom recyclable paper,” said Clinton Davis with Highland County Community Action. Students at Bright will take an active role in the program by collecting paper and assuring that it goes to the large recycling bin. The cafeteria staff will also do their part by eliminating the use of foam bowls in the cafeteria. The school hopes to also schedule presenters to visit classrooms and present educational programs about the importance of recycling in today’s world.

The students at Bright Elementary have kicked off a recycling program at their school. “Thanks to the generous donation of recycling tubs from the Highland County Recycling Program and the RPHF Solid Waste District, each classroom has recycling tubs for all classroom recyclable paper,” said Clinton Davis with Highland County Community Action. Students at Bright will take an active role in the program by collecting paper and assuring that it goes to the large recycling bin. The cafeteria staff will also do their part by eliminating the use of foam bowls in the cafeteria. The school hopes to also schedule presenters to visit classrooms and present educational programs about the importance of recycling in today’s world.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/09/web1_Bright-pic-1.jpgThe students at Bright Elementary have kicked off a recycling program at their school. “Thanks to the generous donation of recycling tubs from the Highland County Recycling Program and the RPHF Solid Waste District, each classroom has recycling tubs for all classroom recyclable paper,” said Clinton Davis with Highland County Community Action. Students at Bright will take an active role in the program by collecting paper and assuring that it goes to the large recycling bin. The cafeteria staff will also do their part by eliminating the use of foam bowls in the cafeteria. The school hopes to also schedule presenters to visit classrooms and present educational programs about the importance of recycling in today’s world. Submitted photo