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BOCES Students Strive to Make a Difference

Students in Robyn Yorker’s class enrolled in the Oswego County BOCES Stepping Stones Day Program in Fulton leaped at an opportunity to support Earth Day. The class, known as the Blue Team, showed its support for the nationwide initiative by wearing "Earth Day Makes The Blue Team Feel Hoppy" T-shirts. The class explored ways to reuse, reduce and recycle everyday items in order to keep the Earth a cleaner place to live and students made bird feeders and tomato planters from recycled 2-liter soda bottles.
Students in Robyn Yorker’s class enrolled in the Oswego County BOCES Stepping Stones Day Program in Fulton leaped at an opportunity to support Earth Day. The class, known as the Blue Team, showed its support for the nationwide initiative by wearing “Earth Day Makes The Blue Team Feel Hoppy” T-shirts. The class explored ways to reuse, reduce and recycle everyday items in order to keep the Earth a cleaner place to live and students made bird feeders and tomato planters from recycled 2-liter soda bottles.