On Tuesday 15th November, Livingstone Primary School celebrated National Nude Food Day (a day early!!). The Green monitors were responsible for making signs around the school and telling their classmates about the day. There were also notices in the school newsletter (which is only available online – to save paper!) and two Green monitors spoke at Assembly to raise awareness. On the actual day, the Green monitors from each class counted how many people in their class had Nude food! At the next Assembly, the grades with the highest percentage of Nude food got to take our “Nude Food Frogs” for the week as a reward!
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By CERES Education – Outreach Team | September 9, 2014
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