Recycling Program

 
 
RECYCLE. RECYCLE. RECYCLE!  
 
EVERY FRIDAY STARTING AT 7:30AM DURING DROP OFF
COLLECT YOUR GREEN TICKET FOR THAT DAYS PRIZE DRAWING!
 

WONDERFUL JOB BOBCATS!

 You collected 66.35 pounds of recyclables this week of recycling! 3rd grade collected the most with 17.41 pounds.
The winner of the weekly $5 gift certificate drawing is
Luke Olsen from Mrs. Johnston's class...Congrats! 
 

RECYCLING TOTAL THIS WEEK: 66.35 lbs

YEAR TOTAL: 679.9 lbs 

1st place: 1st grade with 160.72 lbs

2nd place: 4th grade with 122.84 lbs

3rd place: 3rd grade with 113.69 lbs

4th place: 5th grade with 104.76 lbs

5th place: 2nd grade with 6.32 lbs

6th: Kindergarten with 73.43 lbs 

We are in 15th place for the Pepsi Cola Challenge Nationwide and 2nd place for California...Keep it up! 

 
 
Please collect aluminum cans and all plastic bottles with CA CRV and CA CASH on them and bring them to class daily or to the drive-thru drop-off on Friday mornings from 7:30am-7:50am.
 
To drop off recyclables on Friday morning, just continue to drive up and stay to the right along the emergency lane and we're right before BAMS on the sidewalk.
 
Please make sure that all bottles have CA CRV  or CA CASH on them. Those are the only ones that the school can get money for. Please make sure that all bottles are EMPTY. Also please NO glass!! Mark all bags with your grade.
 
Keep up the collecting effort!
 
Special thank you to the recycling team and all the great parents helping out!
 

Items we CAN take and recycle for cash: 
 
 
 
We CANNOT accept these:

 
 


 

Some “green” tips from your Recycle Team! 
 
The following items are not recyclable – place them in your regular trash can.

·   Pizza boxes. The oil from pizza can contaminate cardboard boxes, making it impossible to process them into clean paper.

·   Napkins and paper towels. It's not the paper goods themselves that present a problem, but the fact that they're typically used to wipe up food, cleaning products, and other "hazardous waste."

·   Sticky notes. Their size, color, and the adhesive strip make them a better bet for the trash bin.

·   Plastic caps. Curbside programs won't recycle them, but Aveda collects them and turns them into packaging for new products.

·   Wet paper. Paper fibers that have been exposed to water are shorter and therefore less valuable to paper mills, making it unprofitable to collect and recycle.