Kalar Students Learn about International Soil Day
Students in grades 3-5 at Kalar International School, a SABIS® PPP school, learned about International Soil Day on December 5, 2015. Responsible for organizing this event were the SABIS Student Life Organization®’s (SLO®) Social Responsibility Department, in cooperation with the Activities Department and many SLO® prefects.
To kick off the activity, the SLO®’s head prefect, who hosted the event, explained International Soil Day to the students and why the day is an important one. After that, a Student Life Coordinator advised the students to protect the soil from pollution.
All the prefects were then thanked for arranging this activity. Then, a staff member informed the students that soil is a rich resource and that as a society, people should protect soil. A few students read their speeches to the audience about keeping soil protected from pollution.
This event was held so students could learn that soil is a critical component of nature and a vital resource contributing to food, water, and energy security.
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