Students at St. John Neumann Catholic School drew Earth messages on paper bags supplied and then distributed by their local Food Lion Grocery Store. What a great way for students to educate others.
Dutch Fork Elementary Academy of Environmental Sciences is now a Green Sister School with a Green School in Seattle, Washington. How exciting for students to share their exciting projects coast-to-coast.
Midway Elementary students learn that bees are gentle creatures.
Second-grade students at Dutch Fork Elementary made and taught their families and teachers how to make plarn (plastic bag yarn) at their Earth Day “Envirofest.” Students also learned from mentor, Jane Hiller, how their plarn can be crocheted into bedrolls for unsheltered citizens.
Students at Longleaf MS learn about water quality from mentor Chandra Cooper.
The Green Steps Team at Catawba Trail ES created an original “kid friendly” pole to fly their Air Quality Flags.
Green Steps mentor, Richenda Baston, teaches students at Midway Elementary School about the best classroom compost-buddies…red wigglers worms!
Students at Catawba Trail ES raise and release trout while learning about water quality and habitat.