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Published: May 11, 2013
Students at Pleasant Valley Elementary School in the Peters Township School District have turned trash into treasure with their Recycled Art Creations Show. During Earth Week, students were encouraged to turn household items or natural objects into art that was displayed in the school library. The art display is part of the school’s ongoing effort to encourage recycling in school and at home. Each classroom was given the opportunity to vote for their favorite work of art, and the winner was second-grader Brent Allen, who created a volcano.
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