|UNIQUE ENVIRONMENTAL-THEMED PRESENTATION COMING TO JOHN PAUL I JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL|
MONTREAL, JANUARY 11, 2016 – As organizations continue to develop innovative ways to inspire students to take an interest in the environment, students at John Paul I Junior High School (8455 Pré-Laurin) will be rocking and learning when the innovative Jellyfish Project stops off in St. Leonard on Monday, January 18 (1 pm).
The Jellyfish Project is a not-for-profit, non-partisan educational initiative focused on generating awareness among youth about the declining health of our world’s oceans, climate change and our environment at large.
Established in 2013, the program involves a musical performance by a rock band which is followed by a dynamic presentation on ocean sustainability. To date, over 58,000 students at 110 different schools across Canada and the United States have experienced the Jellyfish Project.
For more information, visit: www.thejellyfishproject.org
Michael J. Cohen