Clark County Green Schools Educator Training October 3, 2017

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Whether you are new to the Green Schools community or have been spearheading sustainability action projects at school for years, you will be in for a productive and resource-rich afternoon.  Prepare your school for a year of sustainability success with Washington Green Schools and Clark County Green Schools. Registration deadline: Friday,...
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Clark County Green Schools Summit November 9, 2017

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Washington Green Schools and Clark County Green Schools invite Green Teams from K-12 schools across Clark County to engage in real-world, STEM-based learning experiences that advance environmental sustainability in schools. Registration Deadline: Monday, October 16th Students will: Learn from sustainability specialists and connect with local partne...
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Our Lady of Lourdes

Our Lady of Lourdes students participate in a waste audit, and learn how to improve environmental sustainability at school.
Clark County Green Schools was approached by Our Lady of Lourdes last fall. They wanted to find out how they could become more environmentally conscious. We were pleased to meet with them to come up with a plan. We started by pulling together a group of people who were interested in making these changes. That group included the principal, custodian...
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Inspiring Dr. Charlene Shea Gets Going Green Down to a Science at Gaiser Middle School

Gaiser Middle School's Dr. Charlene Shea in KCTS TV's Golden Apple Moment: Inspiring Teacher Gets Going Green Down to a Science Check out Dr. Charlene Shea's passion for teaching environmental consciousness at Gaiser Middle School. Check it out!
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Mill Plain Elementary

The Mill Plain Elementary Green team wrote a letter to their food service provider requesting they use washable silverware instead of the plastic spork packets which included a straw, napkin and plastic packaging in addition to the spork. They noticed many of those items went unused and seemed unnecessary and knew there must be a better way. They a...
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