Thanks to a STEM project and the activism of a robotics team from Sidener Academy, along with the IPS leadership’s willingness to find solutions, Indiana’s largest public school system will be helping reduce its ecological footprint this school year.  IPS students will be using a reinforced recylable cardboard tray as an alternative to the (4.6 million) polystyrene lunch trays that were used throughout the scJustTrayNohool system last school year.

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