On April 17, Crescent Valley High student Nisha Sridar attended the Corvallis City Council, offered verbal testimony, and delivered individual letters from 23 CVH students in support of the Corvallis Climate Recovery Ordinance.  These letters were written by students from the AP Environmental Science class, Environmental Club, National Honor Society, Political Action Club, Robotics Club, Sea Club, Bike Club, and the Speech and Debate Club.

All 23 Letters of support can be found in the City Council Meeting packet on the Corvallis City website.  Four of the letters are featured below.

Sophie Fisher

CVHS Sophie Fisher Letter of Support


Ajay Sridhar

CVHS Ajay Sridhar Letter of Support


Mei Meng

CVHS Mei Meng Letter of Support


Nisha Sridhar

CVHS Nisha Sridhar Letter of Support
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