- TO ADVANCE RECYCLING AND REDUCE WASTE GENERATION IN WARRICK COUNTY
- TO SUPPORT CHILDREN IN NEED IN WARRICK COUNTY
- TO SUPPORT TEACHERS IN WARRICK COUNTY
- TO CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHILDREN TO BECOME AGENTS OF POSITIVE CHANGE IN OUR COMMUNITY
- TO BUILD A STRONGER COMMUNITY
WHEN AND WHERE
- John H. Castle
- Chandler Elementary
- Newburgh Elementary
Recycling bins are placed at the lobby during May 18-24.
Please use those recycling bins to recycle your used/unused supplies.
WHAT YOU CAN RECYCLE
Pencils, scissors, rulers, crayons, glue sticks: you name it. You can recycle any school supplies.
We are so grateful for the continued support of Old National Bank. We are able to have yard signs this year thanks to their generous donations.
- We collected 300 pounds of school supplies from John H Castle and Chandler Elementary School.
- We donated all of the unused school supplies to support children in need in Warrick County.
3, We donate all of the gently used school supplies to local teachers. We could reach more teachers and schools this year — 13 teachers from Elbefeld, Chandler, Oakdale elementary schools, Tecumseh High School, and Noah’s Ark preschool.
We were able to support international students at USI too.
4. We UPCYCLED crayons, using all of the old and broken crayons (30 pounds in total) to raise money for local teachers through our [Crayon recycling program].
5. We raised $300 and provided $100 grants to three local teachers to support their educational spending through our [Grant program].
We’re happy to congratulate our 2022 grant recipients:
- Ms. Erica WalkerJessica Hurley (Chandler Elementary School) [Books]
- Ms. Amanda Herrmann (John H Castle) [Books]
- Ms. Bridget Love (Chandler Elementary School) [Supplies needed for STEM Stories]