Pleasant Hill Elementary Students make beautiful art projects from recycled materials that are on permanent display in their school.
River Bluff High School students drew designs to educate citizens about protecting the Saluda River Watershed. Micaela Privette’s design was selected to be posted in Lexington County.
Deerfield ES students created an “arcade” of games for the whole school to play using recycled materials for their district STEM cardboard challenge.
Whale Branch ES, a certified SC Green Step School made the Beaufort news when they were named South Carolina Elementary School of the Year by the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project for their students’ out standing energy education project: Green Steps Recycling. Way to go WBES!
Central ES students decorated their garden rain barrel with paint and ceramics.
A.C. Moore Elementary Students adopt local waterway at Rocky Branch Creek.
Easley High E-Club created a homecoming float by reusing pallets painted green for grass, cardboard boxes and paper for scenery paper towel rolls for truffula trees, egg cartons for the river, tire for rocks and boxes for the Lorax.
Liberty Middle School students grow and educate others about pollinator plants.
Clemson Elementary School Garden Club planted raised bed gardens with vegetables and flowers
Clemson Elementary School Garden Club uses rainwater from two rain barrels they painted to water the garden beds.