Earth Day Groceries Reports, 2008 - 2022

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Kim Fillhart
Glenwood Middle School
Findlay, OHUSA

We decorated 150 bags!

About our project: 7th grade students created bags that will be used at the Findlay, OH Great Scot grocery store. Students enjoy decorating the bags and our local newspaper, "The Courier" ran pictures of some of our students decorating the bags in the paper.

submitted on 4/21/2019

Dawn Norris
Big Walnut Local Schools
Columbus, OHUSA

We decorated 450 bags!

About our project: We build on this lesson by talking about how we can 'go green' in the Art Room.

submitted on 4/5/2017

Kim Ronnebaum
cincinnati, OHUSA

We decorated 50 bags!

About our project: Hattings Supermarket graciously donated 50 bags for the Earth Day project. We gave the students a bag/two and gave them a list of words/taglines for Earth Day and gave them ideas of what to draw. They loved this idea and we told them that strangers will have their groceries put into their decorated bags to remind them what Earth Day means.

submitted on 9/14/2015

Chelsea Rego
St. Ambrose School
Brunswick, OHUSA

We decorated 70 bags!

About our project: On Earth day this year the third grade students in Ms. Rego's science class celebrated Earth day with centers full of related activities! One activity was decorating bag for this Earth Day Groceries Project. 61 students created 70 bags for shoppers at Buehlers on Earth day!

submitted on 4/23/2015

Mrs. Flynn
Onaway School
Shaker Heights, OHUSA

We decorated 100 bags!

About our project: The second grade team and our kindergarten care partners decorated bags for display on Earth Day. Fresh Market will put them in their windows and fill others with groceries so everyone knows Shaker students care about the Earth!

submitted on 4/19/2015