Help Jenks Complete Its Recyclebank Goals!
J.S. Jenks Elementary School in Chestnut Hill is one of a handful of Philadelphia schools that were awarded grants from Recyclebank late last year to improve its recycling program.
Not only does the school want to streamline recycling indoors, but outdoors in the playground, too. If you've taken your children to the playground, you probably have noticed how many recycleables end up in the waste containers. Sturdy outdoor recycling containers are not cheap and Jenks aims to use the grant to purchase them.
Under the leadership of Amy Watson, school counselor, an eco club was formed and the club has been working hard to improve the recycling, including making arrangements with the Streets Dept so our collected materials are picked up, as well as educate the students and parents.
To make this work, Jenks needs your Recyclebank points!
The deadline is March 15th.
To learn more about our progress, please visit
http://www.recyclebank.com/contest/index/ and scroll down to Jenks. To donate points, please click on the Jenks link http://www.recyclebank.com/contest/index/school/id/7/ and there will be a link to log in to Recyclebank to donate points. Every 250 points from you will net us $1 from Recyclebank for our project. Recyclebank will match the points so we potentially could get double our project budget!
For more information, please contact Amy Watson at 215-248-6604. Thank you for helping to make Jenks a vital part of greening Chestnut Hill!