Sagers Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Earth Day

Sagers Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Earth Day

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Amid the recent COVID-19 global pandemic, Earth Day Network, the global organizer of Earth Day, marked the 50th anniversary with the first Digital Earth Day. Sage students from beginners to eighth grade observed the holiday with a week of activities, crafts, and projects relating to nature, recycling, sustainability issues, climate science, and more. The students’ plans were announced during a virtual All School Meeting and video posting from Service at Sage and Student Council.


Eighth grader, Achyuta R. and seventh grader, Isabella C. share the Reading Buddies activity for next Friday, April 24. #ServiceAtSage #SageStudentCouncil #EarthDay

Posted by The Sage School on Friday, April 17, 2020

 

Sage siblings, Ethan and Ella, shared this video on how they’re growing sweet potatoes.

 

 

Happy Earth Day! 🌎 What are you doing to celebrate the 50th anniversary of #EarthDay? Sage siblings, Ethan and Ella, shared this video on how they’re growing potatoes!

Posted by The Sage School on Wednesday, April 22, 2020

 

Students in Mrs. Troy’s fifth and sixth grade science class have created these helpful infographics with ways that you can make a difference for our planet! Click to view in full size.

 

 

Students read “This Tree Counts!” by Alison Formento with their Reading Buddies and created artwork in honor of Earth Day.