For Earth Day, students at Carrington Academy McFarland in Alpharetta caught the environmental bug. The kids took care of the planet by releasing 13,000 ladybugs throughout the schoolyard and back into the environment on plants, flowers and trees.

Ladybugs serve as a natural pesticide by feeding on insects that could otherwise harm the health of gardens, trees and shrubs. Students were dressed for the occasion in the likeness of ladybugs, wearing red and black clothing and antennae.

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