The new Resourceful Schools Project Fall 2015 newsletter is out! See our list of free programs for K-12 schools in St. Louis County, and read a recap of our bottle cap collection and the Robinson Elementary cafeteria compost project. […]
In this activity, students are charged with the task of constructing a leak-proof bag using 4 plastic strips and masking tape. The challenge is they are given only a limited amount of tape.
Destiny, the star of the smash hit puppet show, “How Recycling Changed My Life” has extended her engagement in St. Louis County and is now available for summer performances. The smash hit, seen by 1,008 students this past school year, features a sneaky villain, dramatic chase scene, and flying objects! [...]
A pilot program to recycle cafeteria waste at Robinson Elementary School succeeds with thoughtful design and a commitment to training. […]
Our free STEAM workshop for middle school science teachers on July 30 will feature lab activities, field trips, community service projects, art, language arts, and more! Come and stake your claim on a Texas-sized island of trash! […]
Looking for an engaging project for your high school marketing class? Attend our free summer workshop! The workshop includes a field trip to a material recovery facility and tips on how advertising and marketing are used in our program. Lunch is also on us! […]