SENATOR FUSCHILLO THANKS LOCAL STUDENTS FOR RAISING AWARENESS ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION THROUGH SENATE’S EARTH DAY POSTER CONTEST
Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (R-Merrick) today congratulated all of the local students who helped raise awareness about environmental protection by submitting entries to the New York State Senate’s Earth Day Poster Contest.
The contest is an annual event for children in grades K-6. Children create posters to raise awareness about how reducing, reusing, and recycling can help protect our environment and our planet.
“Each of the students who participated in this contest submitted an outstanding and creative poster which illustrated the importance of reducing, reusing, and recycling. They should be very proud of the job they did in helping to reinforce the steps everyone can take to protect our environment,” said Senator Fuschillo.
Students from the following local schools submitted entries to the 2013 New York State Senate Earth Day Photo Contest:
- Centennial Avenue Elementary School – Roosevelt
- Copiague Middle School – Copiague
- Dinkelmeyer Elementary School – North Bellmore
- Harold D. Fayette Elementary School – North Merrick
- Old Mill Road Elementary School – North Merrick
- Saw Mill Road Elementary School – North Bellmore
- Seaford Manor Elementary School – Seaford
- St. Rose of Lima School – Massapequa
- Susan E. Wiley Elementary School – Copiague
- Ulysses Byas Elementary School – Roosevelt
- William Rall Elementary School – Lindenhurst
- Winthrop Avenue School – Bellmore
- Woodward Parkway Elementary School – Farmingdale
Each of the students’ posters that were submitted as part of the Earth Day Poster Contest can be viewed by clicking here.