Just so you don't forget, these are some of the programs and services RecycleMore has been able to offer at NO CHARGE to our local schools:
RecycleMore offers quality programs FREE to public and private schools (K thru 12) within the West Contra Costa Unified School District service area. In 2016-2017 we had another very successful season in providing West County schools a number of activities that educate students on the 4 R's - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rot! Providing these activities is an significant portion of RecycleMore's mission as society will depend on the the younger generations to continue to be the voice and enthusiastic supporters in protecting our environment.
RecycleMore School Programs
Four R's Presentation
Required before a field trip or can be a stand-alone presentation. This visual-rich presentation introduces the 4 R's: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rot. Specially-designed, subject-specific presentations are available for middle and high school classes. K – 12th Grade;
Recycling Center, Composting & Transfer Station Field Trips (prerequisite - Four R's Presentation)
Students see first-hand where the materials that go into the blue, brown, & green bins at home end up with this enlightening tour of the transfer station, composting operations center, and recycling center. 3rd – 12th Grade;
Recycling Center Field Trips (prerequisite - Four R's Presentation)
A shorter version for younger students to see the operations of our local recycling center. 1st - 2nd Grade;
Worm Composting Workshops
RecycleMore's Worm folks will help you set up a classroom worm bin and will teach your students about worms and vermicomposting. Preschool – 12th Grade;
Special Programs: (Contact RecycleMore by telephone to learn more!)
Four R's Action Program (KIDS for the BAY Elementary School Intensive) A multi-session workshop over 10 weeks with Kids for the Bay. Students learn new ways to reduce waste and conserve resources at home and at school. "The [Four Rs Action] program has made my students more aware of their actions, the difference between want and need, and the earthly limits of our natural resources." Mary Hughes-Tutass, 4th grade teacher.
Art In the Heart
This awesome after-school reuse arts program is dedicated to the 4R's (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle & Rot).Art instructors from the East Bay depot for Creative Reuse introduce the 4R's in a fun, creative and artistic way. To learn more about Art in the Heart visit the website of The East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse.