RVH students Drew Pommier (left) and Eric Wilson put their recyclable items into the recycling center boxes at the RVH library. Students from all grades brought items from home to see what recycles and what does not, and the library held a contest to see what ideas students could come up with to use nonrecyclables so they did not have to throw them away. Karina Molina won the contest with a bird feeder made out of nonrecyclable plastic, and Laike Damman came in second with a checkerboard using plastic milk lids as playing pieces.

RVH students Drew Pommier (left) and Eric Wilson put their recyclable items into the recycling center boxes at the RVH library. Students from all grades brought items from home to see what recycles and what does not, and the library held a contest to see what ideas students could come up with to use nonrecyclables so they did not have to throw them away. Karina Molina won the contest with a bird feeder made out of nonrecyclable plastic, and Laike Damman came in second with a checkerboard using plastic milk lids as playing pieces.