News from Green Schools

Current Green Schools news, articles and information
Apr
05

A Lasting School Garden

A Lasting School Garden
"We could not maintain this garden without the help of Clark students", organizer Bobbi Bellomy said at the conclusion of a two hour work party at Hazel Dell Elementary School. In mid-March, Clark College students helped clean up the school garden as part of their food and health class. They prepared beds for spring planting by adding compost and l...
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Mar
29

Why use milk dispensers, cartons are recyclable, right?

Why use milk dispensers, cartons are recyclable, right?
There's more and more talk of school cafeterias providing milk from dispensers. Kids fill washable, reusable cups rather than drinking milk from a carton. So no more cartons, but – cartons are recyclable, right? Recycling is just as good as reusing, isn't it?  Not really and here's why. It's true that cartons are recyclable in Clark County. Th...
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Mar
11

​Green Apple Award Nominees Announced!

​Green Apple Award Nominees Announced!
The Green Awards is a celebration of environmental work throughout Clark County. Please join us March 20th at Kiggins Theater for the big event! Register here. We collected nominations a few months ago for this year's Green Apple Award. This award is presented to an individual who works in schools and educates students to be mindful and to practice...
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Mar
08

AmeriCorps Week

AmeriCorps Week
Have your students heard about AmeriCorps? It's a national employment program that pairs young Americans with service opportunities. It is a great way for high school or college graduates to gain real world job experience while giving back to their communities. The program provides a strong support network and an educational scholarship. ...
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Mar
07

April Climate Change Training for Teachers

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Our partner, Washington Green Schools, has more professional development opportunities for teachers in Clark County , at no cost to you! Washington Green Schools and ESD 112 are offering new climate change related enrichment programming for teachers to utilize in their classroom. Check out the details below, and stay tuned for m...
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