Michelle Picinich is your Clark County Green Schools partner, encouraging green practices and sustainability in all of our schools, public and private. She is passionate about waste reduction and recycling, especially growing and inspiring young environmental leaders to make a difference for future generations. Michelle has lived in Clark County f...or 19 years and has four children in local schools. She is amazed by the passion she sees from students, teachers and staff and is excited to be a part of lasting change in the Clark County educational community. More
Jan
17

La Center High School’s Environmental Legacy

La Center High School’s Environmental Legacy
La Center High School likes to lead the Green Schools charge and has once again achieved something no other school has. They are the only public high school to reach Platinum level with Washington Green Schools and re-certify in all six categories. At the recent recognition ceremony where La Center received their re-certification award, Ms. Morris ...
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Dec
10

February 7th - Clark County Green Schools Educator Session

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Join us for a time of training and encouragement for your green efforts in your school. Hear from Washington Green Schools, local partners and your peers. Enjoy connecting with other Green Team leaders in our networking hour. These trainings are designed for new and  veteran Green Team leaders. There's something to be gained for all and we lov...
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Nov
27

Green Apple Award nominations open

Green Apple Award nominations open
Clark County hosts our annual Green Awards each winter at Kiggins Theater and one of the awards handed out that night is the Green Apple Award. The award is given to a person working in a school who has shown dedication and leadership in environmental education for youth. This could be a teacher, green team leader, custodian, etc. Educato...
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Nov
19

Storyteller Will Hornyak brings the compost message alive in your school

Storyteller Will Hornyak brings the compost message alive in your school
For almost 15 years, award winning storyteller Will Hornyak has shared his environmental stories with students all over Clark County. This is a free service to schools funded by Clark County Green Schools. His specialty is delivering his waste reduction message to elementary aged students. Read more about Will and how you can bring h...
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Nov
07

Welcome the new AmeriCorps member to our Green Schools team!

Welcome the new AmeriCorps member to our Green Schools team!
Meet Carly Marshall, our newest Clark County Green Schools team member. Through the AmeriCorps Washington Service Corps program, she is working as our Environmental Outreach Coordinator.  Her main role is to conduct lunch visits to check in on schools and see how we can assist with waste reduction, composting and recycling....
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