Earth Day, dedicated to the bountiful Mother Nature, is observed annually on April 22.
This day highlights environmental issues like loss of biodiversity, increasing pollution and other environmental degradations.
This year’s theme for “Earth Day” is “Restore Our Earth”.
At Sharda Public School, we celebrated Earth Day too!
Students participated wholeheartedly in various activities – planting, composting, arts & crafts, to name a few.
We encourage everyone to protect our planet Earth – to live in ways that do not hurt the environment.
Save and plant seeds, conserve water, educate, compost, choose sustainable, avoid plastic, shop wisely, reduce, reuse, recycle.
One person can make a difference, and everyone should try.
🌎”Earth is our home – a web of life where all things are connected. Whatever we do to the web, we do it to ourselves.” 🌎