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On Friday, September 25, despite the unpredictable weather, Collège students from our Passeport group gathered to support "World Clean Up Day". 

They collected plastic and other polluting waste at the forest of Saint-Germain-en-Laye and were accompanied by 5 adults. As a Round Square school, the environment is one of the great pillars to which our community adheres.

During this day, braving a few passing showers, the students collected enough litter to fill about fifteen garbage bags, wherein we could find cans, plastic bags, clothes, facial masks, etc. Congratulations to the team for their investment and effort in this memorable day to preserve our environment!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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