Green Meadow Named 2021 National Blue Ribbon School

Green Meadow Elementary School was named a 2021 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education on Tuesday morning. The recognition is based on a school’s overall academic performance. Green Meadow is one of only 325 schools in the country, including one of 19 schools in New York to receive the 2021 National Blue Ribbon School award. Congratulations to Green Meadow students, teachers, staff and families!

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Jose Altuve statue

Bell Top students created this José Altuve statue using 718 re-used empty milk and juice cartons.

Former Tri-City ValleyCat José Altuve is having a pretty good fall. The Houston Astro second baseman won the league batting title, the MVP award and a World Series ring. And now, he’s been honored with a recycled milk and juice carton statue at Bell Top Elementary School!

Students at Bell Top re-used 718 empty milk and juice cartons to create a baseball player for the Made By Milk 2017 Carton Construction Contest. The theme of this year’s contest is sports and the people’s choice winner will receive $2,500 for their school.

Bell Top’s “Altuve” statue is wearing an orange Astros jersey and in a batting stance in the school’s front hallway.

Click here to vote for Bell Top’s milk carton statue! Voting ends December 9.