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FHS ecology students learn to ‘upcycle’

musical instrument from cereal box

Dajuan Ruffin used an empty cereal box to create a musical instrument. Submitted | Suzanne Blythe

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Crystal Daughtrey’s Ecology students were assigned a project designed to promote good stewardship and emphasize the important role each person has in sustaining the future of our earth. Each student researched the multiple ways municipalities have implemented recycling programs. Then, students used personal or family products from home to construct “up cycled” products to present to the class.

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Ziaya Smith holds up the poster illustrating how she converted an old candle into a new house decoration. Submitted | Suzanne Blythe