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April 2022
 Bear of the Week Winners
  Good News!
From the Sustainability Committee
BRISTOL - The plastic film listed here can be recycled at Hannaford
in the bin marked "plastic."
Please be sure it is clean. The
manager says they can manage
whatever quantity they get. It
is sent to Trex for building ma-
terial. Bread bags, newspaper bags, dry cleaning bags, produce bags, toilet paper,
napkin, and paper towel wraps, furniture wrap, electronic wrap, plastic retail bags, deli bags, grocery bags, Ziploc® Bags, Tyvek (no glue, labels, other material), plas- tic shipping envelopes, bubble wrap, and air pillows (deflate/ remove labels if possible), case wrap (e.g.,
snacks, water bottles, pellets).
   Newfound Memorial Mid- dle School’s Bear of the Week Student & Staff Winners. They have been recognized for their representation of the NMMS Core Values.
Thank you for being great members of our NMMS com-
munity and showing us what Respect, Responsibility, Pride, and Integrity are all about!
Thank you to Franklin Sav- ings Bank in Bristol and the Newfound Lake Inn in Bridge- water for sponsoring this week’s winners!
Prevention Works When We Work Together
   1 in 3 high school students in our region report using marijuana.
(CDC: Central NH Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2019)
  No amount of marijuana use during adolescence is known to be safe. Recent increases in access to marijuana and in its potency, along with misperceptions of safety of marijuana endangers our most precious resource, our nation's youth.
          January 18, 2022, are student, Jakob Warner, and teacher, Jenn Stevens
  March 4, 2022, are student Kristian Boehmer, and paraprofessional, Jen Schofield
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