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Students learn how to recycle everyday items

March 2, 2017
The Town Crier

POLAND - There's no time to be "cooped up" or "bored" just because it's cold outside.

The kids at the Poland after-school program have been busy with some fun projects to keep them entertained and to spark some creativity.

Peg Flynn of the Green Team recently visited and talked with second-, third- and fourth-graders about recycling. They used bottle caps for the game pieces as they played bingo with a "green" theme on each card.

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ABOVE: Peg Flynn of the Green Team talks to the boys and girls at Poland North’s after-school program about recycling.

Preschool, kindergarten and first-graders were busy creating their own fun - snowman cookies. When they finished decorating, they enjoyed a delicious reward.

The Poland after-school program currently has 120 pre-kindergarten through fifth-graders registered this year. The program is located at the former North Elementary Building.

 
 

 

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