The goals of the Coalition’s Youth Contest are to encourage students to use their creativity and learn about recycling. The West Virginia Recycles campaign features the theme, “It All Comes Back to You.” The slogan presents multiple messages; a recycled product or material can return to consumers as another product; recycling comes back to consumers as an improved environment; and it is everyone’s responsibility to recycle.
Congratulations to all the 2022 winners. .
Recycling Lesson Plan 1 - Don’t Waste the Moment
Driving question- How much of the waste which is thrown away in the school cafeteria may be composted or recycled?
Recycling Lesson Plan #2 – One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure
Driving question – What does waste disposal cost anyway?
Recycling Lesson Plan #3 – Waste Not Want Not
Driving question – How does a compost pile reduce waste?
RecyclingLesson Plan #4 – Reclaiming and Replacing
Driving question – What happens to garbage when it leaves the school or my house?
Recycling Investigations Lesson - include text dependent questions, provide graphical representations of data, prompt students with investigations, and may be used across the curriculum instruction. Lessons may be modified in order to be used at different grade levels.
All participants for 2020 are on this YouTube video. The Recycling Coalition would like to thank all of the contestants for their hard work! Check out more previous entries on the Past ReFashion Show page.
21st Annual ReFashion Show
Huntington Mall - Macy’s Court, 500 Mall Road, Barboursville, WV 25504
Saturday, November 18, 2023
Registration Starts at 11:00 AM - Show Starts at 1:00 PM
The Re-Fashion Show is organized by the Recycling Coalition of WV, Inc. Major funding for the ReFashion Show comes from Goodwill Industries.