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RECICLATON CAMPAIGN

AIS Innovation Center

Cafetorium

Overview

We already launched our school campaign. We want students to commit and take responsibility. We want to recycle as much as we can throughout the school year.

Date:

September 2023

Teacher:

Book Club

Participants:

10th - 12th grade

AIS Innovation Center

Cafetorium

Overview

We already launched our school campaign. We want students to commit and take responsibility. We want to recycle as much as we can throughout the school year.

Teacher:

Book Club

Date:

September 2023

Date:

September 2023

Participants:

10th - 12th grade

Purpose & Description

September has been the perfect month to launch our Recycling Campaign. This is an excellent initiative with numerous benefits for the environment, the school community, and future generations. We hope our students bring as much recycling material from home as they possibly can. We’ve shared a list of materials that we are recycling. We want to encourage all of our AIS community to actively join our campaign. This campaign has a double purpose: recycling materials and reusing them. We want to collect recycling materials for our makerspace and fabrication lab at our Innovation Center. We want to build and create projects made of recycling materials.

We are conscious about how we humans are damaging our environment. The time is now and we must take action. We can’t continue living this way if we want our planet to stay longer.

We already launched our school campaign. We want students to commit and take responsibility. We want to recycle as much as we can throughout the school year. We hope this shapes the mindset and culture of our school and future generations. In order for this to happen, we must:

1. We will use assemblies, presentations, posters, and informational materials to raise awareness about the campaign's goals and benefits.
2. We will create clear and simple recycling guidelines. We want to make sure everyone knows what can and cannot be recycled in your school's recycling bins. Label bins with clear instructions and visuals.
3. We will ensure that there are sufficient recycling bins and containers placed strategically throughout the school, including in classrooms, cafeterias, and common areas.
4. We will involve students in the campaign planning and execution. Create student-led recycling teams or clubs to take ownership of the initiative. Students can be effective advocates for recycling among their peers.
5. We will offer recognition for classrooms with the best recycling rates, or provide small rewards for students who consistently recycle.
6. We will maintain open and regular communication about the recycling campaign's progress and successes. Use newsletters, announcements, and social media to keep everyone informed.
7. We will set specific goals and measure progress to track the impact of the recycling program.
8. We will engage teachers in the campaign by incorporating recycling into the curriculum. Encourage them to discuss recycling and environmental topics in their lessons.
9. We will demonstrate active participation in recycling efforts to set a positive tone. School staff, including teachers, administrators, and custodians, should lead by example.
10. We will extend the campaign's reach to involve parents, families, and the wider community. Hold recycling-themed events, workshops, or clean-up activities that engage the broader community.

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