Marker, Pen, & Mechanical Pencil Collections

  • Roxbury Schools has teamed up with Staples (Ledgewood, NJ) Recycling Program. Did you know Staples collects so much more than just Tech!

    As part of this recycling program, each of our seven schools will be collecting used/dried out markers, pens, and mechanical pencils to be recycled by Staples.

    We will be collecting these items at the following locations:

    • Franklin Elementary School (8 Meeker Street, Succasunna, NJ)
    • Jefferson Elementary School (35 Cornhollow Road, Succasunna, NJ)
    • Kennedy Elementary School (20 Pleasant Hill Road, Succasunna, NJ)
    • Nixon Elementary School (275 Mt Arlington Blvd, Landing, NJ)
    • Lincoln/Roosevelt School (34 N Hillside Avenue, Succasunna, NJ)
    • Eisenhower Middle School (47 Eyland Avenue, Succasunna, NJ)
    • Roxbury High School (1 Bryant Drive, Succasunna, NJ)
    • Roxbury Special Services & Community School (25 Meeker Street, Succasunna, NJ)
    • Roxbury Transportation Department (3 Bryant Drive, Succasunna, NJ)

Recycle the following items at Staples:



Writing Tools

Even more

Recycling is Rewarding with the Staples App!

  • See your recycling rewards, plus track your local community’s progress and learn more about your impact in the Staples Connect™ app

    Recycle and earn rewards. Track your impact and earn Staples Rewards® when you recycle in-store.

    Limited to once per customer per month. Eligible items only.

    App metrics

Tying in Sustainable Jersey for Schools

  • Each Roxbury Township Public School is registered with Sustainable Jersey for Schools, a certification program for New Jersey public schools that want to go green, conserve resources and take steps to create a brighter future, one school at a time. Launched in fall 2014, they are a non-profit organization that provides tools, training, and financial incentives to support and reward schools as they pursue sustainability programs. Click here to read more about Sustainable Jersey for Schools. 

    As of August 2018, all seven Roxbury schools received Bronze-level certification. In August 2023, Roxbury High School reached the next tier, achieving Silver certification. To that end, each of our schools and the district as a whole continue to work towards a more sustainable future.

    By collaborating with the Staples Recycling, each of our schools will be earning five points towards the "Recycling Non-Mandated Materials" action. We will weigh and record each school's donations on a monthly basis and report back their totals. Be on the lookout for more information from your building principals. Here are our counts as of the end of April 2024.

    • Franklin Elementary School - 322 markers/pens collected
    • Jefferson Elementary School - 749 markers/pens collected
    • Kennedy Elementary School - 550 markers/pens collected  
    • Nixon Elementary School - 260 markers/pens collected  
    • Lincoln/Roosevelt School - 223 markers/pens collected
    • Eisenhower Middle School - 176 markers/pens collected
    • Roxbury High School - 175 markers/pens collected