Friday, October 2, 2015

RANDALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Help students and staff in recycling efforts

Randall Elementary School is a “Michigan Green School.”

The Mustangs collect and recycle numerous items. They collect Boxtops for Education, Labels for Education, Tyson Project A+, Cartridges For Kids and used batteries. Randall also collects pull tabs from cans. The pull tabs are sent to the Ronald McDonald House. 

Send in boxtops and Randall receives 10 cents for each of them. The Labels for Education program enables the school to be able to choose many items from a catalog. The “Cartridges” program enables the school to be able to receive cash. The Tyson Project A+ labels cycle 25 cents back to the school for each collected.

Mustangs recycle paper and place it in the green and yellow dumpster facing Robert Street. Residents are encouraged to use this same dumpster for their paper.  Randall now have seven green recycle bins from the City of Taylor that are used to recycle cardboard, plastic, glass, etc.

The school’s Green Team (which are fifth-grade students) helps with all our paper recycling.

If you want to help us keep Randall and the community green, please recycle your items. You may drop off ink cartridges, old cell phones, used batteries and other electronics in the Randall office.

And thanks in advance from the Randall staff and students.

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