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The New York Mills "green team" met at the school on Feb. 12 to discuss ways to bring more earth-friendly initiatives to both the school and the greater community. Pictured with a shipment of red worms that will live in school's composting bins are, left to right, Superintendent Todd Cameron, 4th grade teacher Ann Myers, parent Colleen Donley and her nine-year-old son Adam, and OTC Solid Waste Department representative Jess Steinbrenner.

It's not just reading, writing and arithmetic anymore...

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The students in New York Mills have worms.

And, it's a good thing. It's a very good thing.

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