Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-11-25 01:23:07 –
Kaimuki, Hawaii (KHON2) — Everyone can agree that masks pose a serious threat to animals in nature, whether they like them or not.
A freshman at Waialae Elementary School faced the problem and came up with a solution.
While learning how to read and write, students in Sarah Ferguson’s class at Waialae Elementary School saw a pigeon entwined in a mask near a trash can and learned valuable lessons about environmental protection. ..
“I was like’mask or trash’,” said Nevae, a freshman in Waialae. “But it was like,’Oh, that’s a mask.'”
“We were worried about that bird,” said Yui, another freshman in Waialae. “We love our birds because we want to save us, our wildlife.”
So the class started a project to encourage people to cut the mask string before throwing it in the trash.
Ferguson said the project is one of the most important parts of her work.
“I’m incredibly proud of them. I feel this is the most important job I do as an educator. Creatures that can be advocates for children and can’t speak out for themselves. I urge you to raise your voice. “
Waialae Elementary School Teacher Sarah Ferguson
Ferguson’s class has launched a letter campaign to delegates and senators to cover all city trash cans to prevent them from being blown away when masks are thrown away.
Enso, a freshman in Waialae, said the project would make him happy because he didn’t want to see the animals suffer.
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“We want to help each animal not die,” Enso said.
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