Students at Frank J Mitchell Elementary School got their hands dirty learning how to recycle scrap paper into fantasticly colourful new paper.
Students at Frank J. Mitchell Elementary School explored the hidden life of common place items such as soccer balls, aluminum cans and jean pants.
FJMES students travel to Cranbrook to learn more about the three R’s and why they are so important.
Students follow the path of electricity from its source to their school!
Students worked hard at a paper making factory to recycle scrap paper into high quality artisan paper.
Ever wondered how your food got to your plate? Frank J Mitchell students took a trip into their local super market to find out a little bit more about where their food comes from, and how much is local versus not! Students then hunkered down for a well earned potluck where they shared real food … Continued
All that STUFF…Where does it go? When asked what the most memorable moment of the Beyond Recycling program was, Frank J Mitchell students responded overwhelmingly, “The trip to the landfill!” After spending several weeks learning all about the story of everything we use – what it’s made of, where those materials come from and the … Continued