Rosarian Academy Celebrates Earth Day

In observance of Earth Day, Rosarian Academy fifth- and sixth-grade students spent the day outdoors teaching kindergarten through fourth graders and seventh graders environmental concerns and ideas for improvement.

The middle school students presented creative visual “earth-saving” projects, including topics on recycling, endangered animals, alternative forms of energy and the effects of pollution. The presentations and activities aimed to convey the message that it’s our world and our turn to take care of it.

Founded in 1925, Rosarian Academy educates students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. The private, coeducational school is located on Flagler Drive in downtown West Palm Beach.

ABOVE: Rosarian fifth graders, Alana Marchese, Devyn Dyett, Leah Steele, stand in front of their Earth Day project on reusing newspapers