Holy Rosary School celebrates Earth Day

Holy Rosary Preschool students learn about the importance of recycling as part of celebrating Earth Day. From left, first row, are Jordan Donaldson, Raf Hazzouri, Daniel Troup, Francesca Isidori. Second row, Savannah Hennebaul, Amelia Cooley, Ava Filipkowski, J.J. Rupprecht, Maggie Orr. Third row, Elsie Capozucca, Jacob Rouse, Claire Carden, Avery Dietrick, Evie Reynolds and Sophia Kapish. - Submitted photos
Holy Rosary first-grade students created reuse and recycling projects in celebration of Earth Day. From left, first row, are Nora McNamara, Jack Quinn, Marco Agolino, Ryan Donelan, Sam Davitt, Covington Lehman, Ben Faulent, Ava Policare. Second row, C.J. Stevenson, Reagan Martin, Haley Karboski, Lily Peet, Eli Licari, Ainsley Leer and Hannah Cooley. - Submitted photos
Holy Rosary School students celebrated Earth Day by cleaning trash and recycling items at local parks. From left, first row, are Liam Lazecki, Danilo Giordina, Patrick Cosgrove, Paul Stevenson, Nicholas Borgia, Matthew Volpitta. Second row, James Mattucci, Jacob Carden, Coran Twomey, Isabella Granteed, Rowan Lazevnick, Abigail Miller, Angelina Corridoni and John Solimini. - Submitted photos
Holy Rosary School eighth-grade students, from left, Molly Houston, Hunter Acernese, and Jessica Nawrocki help to clean Holy Rosary Cemetery as part of an earth day service project for the community. - - Submitted photos

DURYEA — The students of Holy Rosary School recently participated in activities and service projects to celebrate Earth Day.

Holy Rosary Preschool students learn about the importance of recycling as part of celebrating Earth Day. From left, first row, are Jordan Donaldson, Raf Hazzouri, Daniel Troup, Francesca Isidori. Second row, Savannah Hennebaul, Amelia Cooley, Ava Filipkowski, J.J. Rupprecht, Maggie Orr. Third row, Elsie Capozucca, Jacob Rouse, Claire Carden, Avery Dietrick, Evie Reynolds and Sophia Kapish.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_HR-Earth-Day-1.jpegHoly Rosary Preschool students learn about the importance of recycling as part of celebrating Earth Day. From left, first row, are Jordan Donaldson, Raf Hazzouri, Daniel Troup, Francesca Isidori. Second row, Savannah Hennebaul, Amelia Cooley, Ava Filipkowski, J.J. Rupprecht, Maggie Orr. Third row, Elsie Capozucca, Jacob Rouse, Claire Carden, Avery Dietrick, Evie Reynolds and Sophia Kapish. Submitted photos

Holy Rosary first-grade students created reuse and recycling projects in celebration of Earth Day. From left, first row, are Nora McNamara, Jack Quinn, Marco Agolino, Ryan Donelan, Sam Davitt, Covington Lehman, Ben Faulent, Ava Policare. Second row, C.J. Stevenson, Reagan Martin, Haley Karboski, Lily Peet, Eli Licari, Ainsley Leer and Hannah Cooley.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_HR-Earth-Day-2.jpegHoly Rosary first-grade students created reuse and recycling projects in celebration of Earth Day. From left, first row, are Nora McNamara, Jack Quinn, Marco Agolino, Ryan Donelan, Sam Davitt, Covington Lehman, Ben Faulent, Ava Policare. Second row, C.J. Stevenson, Reagan Martin, Haley Karboski, Lily Peet, Eli Licari, Ainsley Leer and Hannah Cooley. Submitted photos

Holy Rosary School students celebrated Earth Day by cleaning trash and recycling items at local parks. From left, first row, are Liam Lazecki, Danilo Giordina, Patrick Cosgrove, Paul Stevenson, Nicholas Borgia, Matthew Volpitta. Second row, James Mattucci, Jacob Carden, Coran Twomey, Isabella Granteed, Rowan Lazevnick, Abigail Miller, Angelina Corridoni and John Solimini.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_HR-Earth-Day-3.jpegHoly Rosary School students celebrated Earth Day by cleaning trash and recycling items at local parks. From left, first row, are Liam Lazecki, Danilo Giordina, Patrick Cosgrove, Paul Stevenson, Nicholas Borgia, Matthew Volpitta. Second row, James Mattucci, Jacob Carden, Coran Twomey, Isabella Granteed, Rowan Lazevnick, Abigail Miller, Angelina Corridoni and John Solimini. Submitted photos

Holy Rosary School eighth-grade students, from left, Molly Houston, Hunter Acernese, and Jessica Nawrocki help to clean Holy Rosary Cemetery as part of an earth day service project for the community.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_HR-Earth-Day-4.jpegHoly Rosary School eighth-grade students, from left, Molly Houston, Hunter Acernese, and Jessica Nawrocki help to clean Holy Rosary Cemetery as part of an earth day service project for the community. Submitted photos