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Pius XII Catholic School Students Looking a Little Green

Carlee Chezzi, a Grade 1 student at Pius XII Catholic School participated in the school's 'Al the Can Man' recycling contest by creating a recycling pooch

February 7, 2007 - The students of Pius XII Catholic School are keen and green in keeping the planet, the environment and the school clean by undertaking major recycling efforts. "Our students believe the recycling is fun and it means they have to use their imagination in developing their 'Al the Can Man' projects," states the school's Vice-Principal, Carmela Pitman.

Students decorated a pop can or bottle using recyclable materials. They received certificates and recognition for their efforts in recycling, reducing and reusing.



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