Dear Green Step Schools,
Please take time THIS WEEK to schedule a spring meeting with your team and your mentors prior to April 30.
Mentors will want to see:
-an update on the “Learn-Do-Teach Others” aspects of the projects they are mentoring
-pictures and captions of your projects posted on your school Green Steps website or on our Green Steps Blog
Mentor reports are due to me May 15th.
*Note to mentors please not report “superlative nominations” until I ask for those after May 15th.
Can’t wait to read all about your progress!
Job Training students at Irmo High School have planted nine blueberry bushes with the help of Green Steps mentor, Linda Byars. The fruit will be used in the Stinger Deli where they are learning from teacher, Joyce Moran, to prepare delicious foods to serve at school events.
JB Edwards ES has been selected as a pilot school for cafeteria plates made from sugar cane. Students and staff will send the compostable plates along with their other organic waste to be processed at Charleston County’s Bees Ferry commercial compost facility
Students learn from Tameria Warren how to weave plastic bags on a pizza box loom during STEAM night at Gadsden ES.
Students at Irmo High School are learning to propagate poinsettias under the leadership of volunteer Linda Byars.
JB Edwards ES was honored this week as a “Cool School” for their outstanding horticulture program.
During the months of January and February Springdale Elementary Beta Club members are making plarn.
How many monarch butterflies can you see in the milkweed planted in front of the campus hives at Sneed Middle School?
These dormant Milkweed plants have been acting as pollinators for two years in the JB Edwards ES’s pollinator garden. And the Milkweed plants in the pots are ready for Spring plant sales.