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Recycle at Millersport Elementary School

Millersport Elementary School is participating in Recycle Forward, an innovative program that recycles used technology to raise money for new technology for schools, and is asking community members for help. 

We are recycling used cell phones, inkjet and laser cartridges, laptops, PDAs, iPods, video games, GPS Systems, DVD’s, scientific and graphing calculators, LCD monitors and digital cameras. 

How can you help?
 You can turn your trash into our treasure while feeling good about helping the environment. Most people have old cell phones to dispose of, and almost everyone uses cartridges, either at home or at work, in fax machines, copiers and printers. By donating these used items you can assist Millersport Elementary School with earning much needed funds to provide today’s students with the technical education they need to thrive in tomorrow’s workforce. 

Millersport Elementary School is organizing a community drive and is asking that community members and businesses show their support by dropping off items at the elementary school. We will continue to accept these donations throughout the year to continue to raise funds for our school. 

To learn more about Millersport Elementary School’s program, please call Mary Ford @ 740-467-2216 or email - 

About Recycle Forward: 
Recycle Forward brings technology from closets to classrooms. It is an innovative recycling program that raises money for technology in schools. This program is a collaborative effort between Cartridges for Kids (, a recycling program that pays cash to schools, and Digital Wish (, a non-profit that works to bring technology into the hands of educators. 

To learn more about Recycle Forward please visit

Recycle Forward Program