WMS Environmental Club

WMS Environmental Club Creates Ornaments From Waste and Recyclables
Posted on 12/04/2018
WMS Environmental ClubThe Washington Middle School Environmental Club members met on Thursday, Nov. 29, to learn about how to upcycle waste and recyclables to create different Christmas ornaments for friends, family and others in the community.

The students had hot chocolate, baked treats, and enjoyed a plenty of earth-friendly crafting.

Advisor Stefanie Virgen said the Environmental Club also is working on some ideas for whole-community projects involving Miller-Post Nature Reserve.

Photos of the Washington Middle School’s Environmental Club’s Nov. 29 project are below.

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Environmental club members with their creations.
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Deven Yeary created a star out of old magazines.
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Jay Bieg worked on upcycling cardboard to create tree ornaments.
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Nicholas Gardner worked on upcycling cardboard to create tree ornaments.
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Emma Coleman upcycled cardboard to make a tree.
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Mia Mahon used magazine strips to create paper beads to wrap a plastic container.