Winner Declared!

When an unidentified contagious disease struck school photocopiers recently, causing them to chew up trees while contributing to climate change, there were schools across America that rose to the challenge. And on April 17th approximately 23,000 students in 30 schools across 13 U.S. States took part in The Great Copy Machine Epidemic of 2008.

Ultimately, the students at Grace Hill Elementary in Rogers, Arkansas solved the crisis by diagnosing their copy machine with a severe case of "Carbon Footprint Swollenitis".

They take home the title of "Copy Crisis Team of the Year" along with a $125 grant to purchase a tree and green their school.

Congrats!!!



Saturday, March 15, 2008

Confirmed Cases


As of 4/15/2008


Robert Moses Middle School, N. Babylon NY

Ojus Elementary School, N. Miami Beach FL

Parliament Place Elementary, N. Babylon NY

Grace Hill Elementary, Rogers AR

Mary Lin Elementary, Atlanta GA

Marion G. Vedder Elementary, N. Babylon, NY

Woods Road Elementary, N. Babylon NY

John Coggeshall School, Newport RI

Oak Lawn Community High School, Oak Lawn IL

Belmont Elementary School, N. Babylon NY

West End Elementary School, Lynbrook NY

International School of Curacao, Curacao

Logan High School, LaCrosse WI

Leonia Middle School, Leonia NJ

Wisdom Lane Middle School, Levittown NY

Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Lindenhurst NY

St. Josephs School, Garden City NY

Sea Pines Montessori Academy, Hilton Head Island SC

Immaculata Catholic School, Durham NC

Sacred Heart School, Chicago IL

Argyle Elementary, Orange Park FL

Longwood High School, Middle Island NY

Riverton Middle School, Huntsville AL

The Bardwell School P.S. 29, Staten Island NY

St. Catherine School, Milwaukee WI

Dubois Middle School, Dubois IN

Massillon Middle School, Massillon OH

M.S. 210, Ozone Park NY

Northport Middle School, Northport NY

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Funny pics!

Anonymous said...

Hello Everyone!
My name is Katie and I go to Saint Joseph's School in Garden City! I think that everyone did a great job! Good luck to everyone!

Anonymous said...

Helloooooo ^^

I would rather stay anonymous, but I'm hoping that Leonia Middle School wins because they are in the midst of constructing a very pretty yard on the rotunda green and are in need of larger trees. Wait is the tree big or small...
-_-'.........OH WELL! *^O^*

GOOD LUCK TO LMS!!

Anonymous said...

Heyy...
Well i would like to stay anonymous but i hope Leonia Middle School wins. The school planted some new trees too. Go L.M.S