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School receives recycling recognition

With the school's recycling team looking on, Frisco ISD District Recycling Coordinator Seth Williams (right) presents the High School Most Recycled Materials award to teacher Julia Chalker (left).

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With the school's recycling team looking on, Frisco ISD District Recycling Coordinator Seth Williams (right) presents the High School Most Recycled Materials award to teacher Julia Chalker (left).

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The school’s recycling team was presented with an award Wednesday from Seth Williams, the Frisco ISD District Recycling Coordinator, for having the most materials recycled amongst all district high schools.

“My kids are really excited about winning the award,” special education teacher Julia Chalker said. “We’ve won a lot of different awards over the years and they get really excited about it.”

Recycling bins are usually picked up and emptied in the morning on B days. The recyclable material is then taken outside and compacted.

“The recycling team here at Liberty is my occupational preparation class,” Chalker said. “It’s a class of students that are working on job skills and being ready to work in the workforce so it’s a really good fit for that class.”

 

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