Put-in-Bay’s National Honor Society students clean up highway

Apr 27, 2022 | Schools | 0 comments

Students included, left to right, Caleb Kowalski, Emil Michael, Ava Fiorilli, Mrs. Kowalski, Kate Hubner, Macy Ladd, McKenna Stacy and Johnna Danes. Not in the photo is Alice Lentz.

Members of Put-in-Bay School’s National Honor Society have teamed up with the school’s Environmental Club for a joint service project. The NHS students have partnered with the Ohio Department of Transportation’s Adopt-a-Highway program to maintain and clean State Route 537 on South Bass Island.

Both NHS students and the school’s Environmental Club will work to complete at least four clean-ups per year. The community has also been invited to join the clean-ups that are scheduled throughout the year. Participants must be at least 12 years old. Anyone who is between the ages of 12-17 will require a parent-release form, which will be available at the clean-up site.

The first clean-up took place at East Point last week. with 70 pounds of trash picked up in only one hour. The Put-in-Bay student program looks forward to Adopt-A-Highway signs being added to the roadway this spring.

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