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Report
RECYCLE-BOWL 2013
Program Highlights
May 6, 2014
AWARD CEREMONY PHOTOS
Foothill Elementary School–Pittsburg, CA
2014 National Champion
AWARD CEREMONY PHOTOS
Huntington Elementary School–Lincoln, NE
AWARD CEREMONY PHOTOS
Foothill Elementary School–Pittsburg, CA
Bourgade Catholic High School–Phoenix, AZ
Mesquite Academy–Mesquite, TX
Northwestern High-Middle School–Kokomo, IN
COMPETITION PHOTOS
Pahoa High & Intermediate – Pahoa, HI
Egg Harbor Township High School – Egg Harbor, NJ
COMPETITION PHOTOS
Northside Elementary School-Angleton, TX
Briargrove Elementary School-Houston, TX
Bunnell High School-Stratford, CT
South O’Brien High School-Paullina, IA
COMPETITION PHOTOS
Hector Elementary School-Hector, AR
COMPETITION PHOTOS
North Live Oak Elementary-Denham Springs, LA
Hope Institute Learning Academy-Chicago, IL
COMPETITION PHOTOS
Bolton Elementary School–Winston Salem, NC
Silverado High School–Phelan, CA
The Park School–Boston, MA
Northside Elementary School-Angleton, TX
Briargrove Elementary School–Houston, TX
TESTIMONIALS
“Our school does an excellent job recycling and this competition really gets the students
excited about how much they can accomplish.”
Deanna Walker, Teacher, Charles L. Spragg Elementary School—Egg Harbor City, NJ
“We used to hold a grade vs. grade ‘friendly competition’ between 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades.
This year, with Recycle-Bowl, we're doing the competition as ONE team which is pretty
cool. The kids are pumped! We did a kick-off assembly for 3rd to 5th grades this morning to
get ready for Monday!”
Ted Wells, Teacher, The Park School—Brookline, MA
“Over the past 3+ years, our kids have been instrumental in improving recycling
implementation at our school, and have helped our school participate in America Recycles
Day (this will be our 4th year) and the Recycle Bowl Competition (this will be our 3rd year).
We will use our Recycle Bowl Competition experience this year to concentrate on recycling
generated within our school...recycling right!”
Rebecca Luman, Parent Advisor (PTO), Briargrove Elementary School—Houston, TX
RECYCLE-BOWL
• Goals:
1. Hold a fun, fair and friendly recycling
competition
2. Inspire students, teachers and administrators to
recycle more
3. Catalyze bigger, better recycling programs
4. Provide “teaching moments” with students
about the benefits of recycling
COMPARISON OF 2012 AND 2013 SUCCESS
2012
Number of Schools Registered
Percent of Registered Schools that Reported
Percent of All U.S. Schools
Number of Students/Teachers Reached
Total Pounds Recycled
1577
72%
1.2%
901,508
4.5 million
Average Pounds per Capita
5.62 lbs/capita
If all U.S. schools collected 7.75 lbs/capita annually
Percentage of participants with a hauling partner
KWHs Energy Saved and
Gallons Water Saved
2.38 million tons
80%
14,350,715 KWH
13,743,431 gallons
2013
1507 (5% decrease)
67%
1.2%
689,044
6.4 million (29%
increase)
7.75 lbs/capita (27%
increase)
3.02 million tons
64%
22,480,306 KWH
14,999,000 gallons
A NATIONAL RESPONSE
Top participating states were TX, AZ and OH. All 50 states (plus DC)
represented. Only 2 states did not report results from the school
division (OK and NH).
IMPACT MEASUREMENTS
• 46% of schools participated in 2012
– Of the returning schools 54% reported an increase in their recycling per
capita rate.
– Capstone research reported 10% increase in recycling for schools
participating in competition as compared to schools not participating
• 3% of schools registered used the competition to start a recycling
program.
• 36% of schools do not have a hauling partner
2013 RECYLE-BOWL CATEGORY WINNERS
NATIONAL CHAMPION
School Name
Foothill Elementary School
City
Pittsburg
State
California
COMMUNITY DIVISION WINNERS
School Name
York Adventist Christian School
Hillcrest Elementary School
Michie Elementary School
Rank
1
2
3
City
York
Dublin
Michie
State
Pennsylvania
Georgia
Tennessee
DISTRICT DIVISION WINNER
School Name
Pittsburg Unified School District
City
Pittsburg
State
California
City
Rochester
State
New York
CARTON CATEGORY WINNER
School Name
Kodak Park School #41
2013 RECYCLE-BOWL MOST IMPROVED WINNER (.25 to 37 lbs per capita)
School Name
Egg Harbor Township High School
City
Egg Harbor
State
New Jersey
2013 RECYCLE-BOWL STATE CHAMPIONS
School Name
Marshall Christian Academy
Begich Middle School
Phoenix Hebrew Academy
West Fork Elementary
Foothill Elementary School*
Denver Language School
Rippowam Middle School
Delaware School for the Deaf
Washington Yu Ying Public Charter School
Port Charlotte Middle School
Cass Middle School
Pahoa High & Intermediate
Hailey Elementary School
Arnold J Tyler School
Northwestern High / Middle
South O'Brien High School
Shawnee Heights High School
The Montessori High School
North Live Oak Elementary
Eddington School
Westlake
*national winner
City
Albertville
Anchorage
Phoenix
West Fork
Pittsburg
Denver
Stamford
Newark
Washington
Port Charlotte
Cartersville
Pahoa
Hailey, ID
New Lenox
Kokomo
Paullina
Tecumseh
Lexington
Watson
Eddington
Waldorf
State
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
2013 RECYCLE-BOWL STATE CHAMPIONS
School Name
Abby Kelley Foster Charter Public School
Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary/Middle School
Garlough Environmental Magnet
Watkins Elementary
Graden Elementary School
West Elementary
Huntington Elementary School
Liberty High School
Egg Harbor City Community School
Rio Grande School
Kodak Park School #41
Dixon Elementary School
Litchville-Marion High School
Jefferson County Christian School
Guy Lee Elementary
Albert m. Greenfield school
Cumberland High School
The Children's School at Sylvia Circle
Roosevelt High School
Portland High School
Mesquite Academy
Logan High School
Stowe Elementary School
Warren County High School
Lynden Christian School
oak glen high school
Woodside Elementary School
Sunflower Elementary
City
Worcester
Detroit
West St Paul
Jackson
Parkville
Great Falls
Lincoln
Henderson
Egg Harbor City
Santa Fe
Rochester
Sneads Ferry
Marion
Wintersville
Springfield
Philadelphia
Cumberland
Rock Hill
Sioux Falls
Portland
Mesquite
Logan
Stowe
Front Royal
Lynden
New Cumberland
Wisconsin Rapids
Gillette
State
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS AND
TEAMMATES
SPONSOR:
Nestlé® Pure Life® Purified Water
AWARD PARTNERS:
American Forest and Paper Association
Busch Systems
Carton Council
Resolute Forest Products
Trex
TOOLKIT PARTNERS:
Carton Council
Consumer Aerosol Products Council
ReCommunity
Weisenbach
ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY PARTNERS:
American Forest Foundation/Project Learning Tree
Eco-School USA (National Wildlife Federation)
Earth Day Network

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