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Programs for Kids

Programs for Kids

Programs for Kids

Student Legislature

To complement their study of government, fifth grade classes can experience the legislative process first-hand through the Board's Student Legislature program. In this two-hour program, held on the legislative floor in the County's Michaelian Office Building, a legislative aide first gives students an overview of how the legislature works. More...


Recycling Rangers

County Legislator and former Board Chair Bill Ryan created the Recycling Ranger program as a way to engage young people in thinking about their role in protecting the environment. By emphasizing recyling, Mr. Ryan hopes to encourage children to contribute to the future health of our planet by being good stewards of the environment now, one recyclable at a time. More...


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recycle design

Design by Ridge St. School student based on recycling triangle, symbol of recycling

I’m wishing on a star
and trying to believe,
That when I’m
all grown up
the earth will have
what I need.
Unless we all recycle,
reuse and never waste
The earth will be an empty, dirty place.

Third grade student,
Mamaroneck Ave. School, White Plains

I will use a re-usable lunch box that I will bring to school everyday. I will put all my food in re-usable containers. I will bring a cloth napkin from home that I will wash and use again and again. I will bring silverware from home that I will wash and use again. I will pack just enough food to fill me up. I will not pack too much so nothing goes to waste.

Third grade student, Ridge Street School, Rye Brook