Schools Can Earn Money While Protecting the Environment -
Elementary schools in Guilford County can earn money for their school and help protect the environment by collecting aluminum cans for the Kids, Cans & Ca$h Elementary School Recycling Challenge. The three schools that collect the most aluminum cans by weight will win a recycling trophy and a big pizza party for all students!
Winners will be announced on America Recycles Day, November 15.
All schools will be paid for the aluminum cans they collect and will be recognized for their participation.
Kids, Cans & Ca$h is an environmental education program provided by Guilford County and the City of High Point. The support of community sponsors, Republic Services of North Carolina, D H Griffin Companies, Adams Sign Service & Repair (Burlington), Lowe’s Home Improvement (N. Main St., High Point) and Hungry Howie’s Pizza, help to make this program possible.
All elementary schools, public and private, should register by October 26 to participate. Click here
for the Registration Form. Once registered, schools will collect aluminum beverage cans to be recycled November 1 - 15. Click here
for our new customizable poster that lets you fill in your school name, contact information or other wording that you can use anywhere. Schools are encouraged to work with their PTA, local fire departments and civic groups to collect as many cans as possible. Click here
for tips on collecting cans.
Schools may drop off cans through 2 p.m. November 15th at:
High Point Material Recovery Facility
5875 Riverdale Rd.
Jamestown, NC 27282
Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Assistance with transporting cans is also available.
Celebrate America Recycles Day in the best way…by recycling aluminum cans and helping to protect the environment! For more information or to register for the contest, contact:
Guilford County - Susan Heim: (336) 641-3792
High Point – Rebecca Coplin: (336) 883-3520