Students at Pattison Elementary in the Milford, OH, school district voted to replace traditional Styrofoam lunch trays with a biodegradeable alternative made from sugar cane. The students were second-graders who were part of a pilot Project Citizen Program last year. The district’s Coordinator of Gifted, Deborah Glynn, coached the students as they reviewed and researched a school policy they wanted to change in their school and they decided to change the lunch trays. The students began the ...

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