Chester Street class coordinates program with Crayola

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The second-grade class of Mrs. Coates at Chester Street Elementary has coordinated an exciting program with Crayola that turns used markers into energy. It’s called Crayola ColorCycle. Students at Chester Street have been collecting used markers that will be sent to a facility where they will be converted into clean fuel, which can then be used to power vehicles, heat homes, cook meals and more. Student representatives pictured in the first row, from left, are Grace Hamill, Chase Laudenslager, Chiara Volonakis, Lana Burns and Hunter Davis. Second row: Marcus Kanda, Timothy Recek, Kellan Krypel, Max Iracki, James Hebda, Brett Wiernusz and Paige Serbel. Third row: Paige Yurko, Alanna Elgonitis, Katie Kelly, Arayah Lavallie, Cheyenne Hoeffner, Quinn Buzinkai, Raydynne Drummond and Rhiley Castro. Fourth row: Michael Connolly, Dakota Bartleson, Savanna Mayewski, Trevor Klem, Ava Grossman, Nora Yurko and Damon Iracki. Fifth row: JoAnn Coates and Karen Sebolka, head teacher.

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