Vinyl Decals For Trucks, Vienna wraps trash truck with student artwork to promote recycling-In the art news environment, two Vienna students, Jeremy Huang, fourth class group Louise Archer and Reese Leviyang, younger, primary school Marshall Road Road, it is now a city of municipal waste
The students attended the 180 schools of both schools, who participated in the last opportunity to learn from the project as “a junk mail advisor to a public advertising campaign to increase recycling”, according to officials.
The city government has “wrapped” one of their lorries with vinyl articles representing the largest representative of Huang recently in environmental protection and decisions in the Leviyang Jungle. The trucks presented on 24 October in Vienna. Leviyang, 9, is “very enthusiastic” and “happy” has said she is pulling her tropical forest because work is difficult and requires lots of detail. and scroll. What Leviyang said about the meaning of their works, “In principle you have to recycle to make the world better.”
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The schools, part of the James Madison High School pyramid, use project-specific learning to combine classroom teaching with practical applications.
Six classes from Marshall Road in the second year and three in the class for the third year Louise Archer made junk tanks for project work last year to develop recycling patterns.
“Students apply our planet and environment, creative thinking skills and critical information about their project so that they can better respond to the ground,” says Jo Ann Smith, third instructor Louise Archer. “The student is able to apply his knowledge in a genuine form that is the heart of the learning environment that is the foundation of the project and able to connect to the real life of his community, to influence the way they will never forget.”
The project “has made students think deeply about recycling and their communities,” said Jennifer Heiges, Director of Marshall Road. “The students were very busy and enthusiastic, they came every day and asked when time was right for waste.”
Huang, also 9, confirms he appreciates the project.
“I like learning and art integration at the same time because I love drawing, as you probably said,” he said and added that he was “proud and somewhat nervous” when he saw his job as a truck in Vienna.
Student lorries are used daily in the city’s hygienic ways to collect waste and recyclable materials.