RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph students are learning the importance of protecting the environment by recycling, protecting endangered species and planting flowers and trees.

On Earth Day, Randolph High School biology students organized activities for Fernbrook School third graders, teaching students about the importance of recycling through special games and built instruments from recyclables. Fernbrook third graders  Eldhose Cheruthottil and Veer Patel planted zinnia seeds in cups and Reesha Mantha and Arianna Alqueza created sea turtles and said they learned not to throw garbage in the ocean.

Center Grove Kindergarteners presented a special Earth Day concert for their families and friends and sang songs about protecting the earth.