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Why is it important to take care of our planet?

It's important because we're counting on the earth. Aidan Perez - Pre-kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School

It's important so we can breathe.

Levi Neal - Pre-kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School

People should keep the earth clean so we don't die.

Adrianna Dunkley - Kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School

Everyone should help their mom sweep to keep everything clean.

Nicholas McNutt - Kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School

On Earth Day I am going around my neighborhood and clean up trash. Then I will go to both of my Grandma's towns and clean.

Haley Mason - Grade 3 - Johnsburg Central School

I think it's important for every person to take care of our planet because if we destroy this planet we will have no other planet to live on. If we pick up the litter, turn lights off we're not using, we can use energy when we really need it.

Sydney Selleck - Grade 3 - Johnsburg Central School

I think every person should take care of the earth because we want clean beaches and clean roads so we can drive to places. We want kids to enjoy beaches. I am going to help our planet and I hope you do to.

Mercedes Denno - Grade 3 - Johnsburg Central School

I think it is important for everyone to take care of our planet because if we don't the atmosphere might be destroyed and then there will be no oxygen or earth will broil from the sun.

Ayden Amell - Grade 3 - Johnsburg Central School

I think it is important for everyone to take care of the earth because if no one takes care of the earth all the plants and animals including humans will die. To help you remember, use the three r's: reduce, reuse, recycle. Can you believe almost half the earth is covered with trash? I wish that garbage would just disappear.

Megan Bacon - Grade 5 - Johnsburg Central School

It is very important to take care of the earth because if we pollute the earth it will get very sick and die. When I say die I mean all the trees, plants and animals may die. That includes the human species. Do you want that to happen? I don't!

Casey Tomb - Grade 5 - Johnsburg Central School

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