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Friday, September 25, 2015

Coudersport School Class Seeking New Recipients For Shredded Paper

Help keep an environmentally friendly recycling project alive at the Coudersport Elementary School. 

 For five years now, the 6th graders at Coudersport Elementary School have been collecting paper from classrooms in the building and shredding it using a commercial-grade shredder. 

The shredder was purchased through the help of the Coudersport Area Education Association (CAEA), Karpinski’s Office Supplies, Thomas Kisiel, the BUNCO gang, Black Forest Conservation Association, Whipperhill Consulting, and donations from retired teachers. 

 The shredded paper has been given to local farmers and families for use with bedding for their farm animals, then sometimes as fertilizer for their gardens. 

 We would love to keep this program going, but we do need to find new recipients for the shredded paper. 

 Not only does this recycling program reduce the amount of paper thrown away in the school, thus reducing garbage costs, it also teaches students the importance of recycling paper, and gets them thinking about conserving the natural resources in our environment. 

Please help us keep this program successful. We are looking for new recipients for the paper for this school year. If you are interested in using this shredded paper, please contact the school at:

Thank you.