By Kelley Sampson

Students at Arnoldsburg Elementary participated in WV Make It Shine, April 8th through 12th.

Each grade level was assigned an area on the school ground to beautify and an item to bring in for recycling.

Students listened to guest speakers from DEP and Mad Science to learn more about environmentally friendly issues such as recycling and using other means of energy to save on fossil fuels.

Students had a great time learning how to make the Earth a better place to live. Thanks to everyone who contributed to WV Make It Shine.

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