Wyo. students organize school Earth Day event to teach others

04/16/2013 | Laramie Boomerang (Wyo.)

Students in fourth through sixth grades at a Laramie, Wyo., school recorded observations of nature to collect ideas for an Earth Day event at their school. Lead by University of Wyoming graduate student Kristen Schulte, the students then split into groups to plan activities to teach their younger classmates about the environment. "(I'm trying) to get to that process of them coming up with all the ideas without any of our influences about what the right Earth Day event looks like," Schulte said.

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