Youth Corps student Caoilin celebrated earth month at her school by hosting a recycled art contest, and it was a huge hit! All students in the St. Paul the Apostle School community were invited to create a unique piece of art, and were encouraged to use items that are normally thrown away or recycled to structure their masterpiece. Over 20 entries were received, and artists used materials such as old batteries, cereal boxes, broken crayon bits, bottle caps, and more! Caoilin organized a panel of judges to pick three winners for the upper grade entries, and three winners from the primary grades, as well as one winner who used the most recycled materials in their entry. Winners were rewarded with eco-friendly prizes such as reusable water bottles and lunch boxes. Way to go Caoilin! Interested in reading about other Youth Corps projects? Click here!