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Betty The Butterfly - Frequently Asked Questions


  1. What is the Betty the Butterfly Program?
  2. How can my school participate in the Betty the Butterfly Program?
  3. How is the anti-litter information provided to the students?
  4. How does my school let ITD know that the presentation has taken place?

What is the Betty the Butterfly Program?

Through the Betty the Butterfly Program primary school students attend anti-litter presentations that introduce them to Betty and her friends as they adventure across Idaho.   

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How can my school participate in the Betty the Butterfly Program?

A school employee, acting as the school´s contact person with ITD, completes ITD 0207 Betty the Butterfly School Outreach Program Application. The application is postage-paid and pre-addressed to ITD´s Volunteer Services Coordinator. The Volunteer Services Coordinator provides the completed application to the district Betty the Butterfly School Outreach Program Coordinator. The district Betty the Butterfly School Outreach Program Coordinator finalizes presentation arrangements with the school´s contact person.

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How is the anti-litter information provided to the students?

ITD personnel come to your school and talk with the children about the environment and keeping it clean. Every student receives a complimentary Betty the Butterfly Activity Book. The students follow Betty´s adventure across Idaho as she meets new friends and together they form a super anti-litter team.

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How does my school let ITD know that the presentation has taken place?

After the presentation, ITD personnel will leave an ITD 0208 Betty the Butterfly School Outreach Program Presentation Report Card with the school´s contact person. The contact person completes the pre-addressed card and mails it to the Volunteer Services Coordinator. Information provided on the cards helps ITD know how many students received anti-litter training and gives attendees the opportunity to provide ITD feedback about the presentation.

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