A.C. Moore Elementary students searched for natural items on their schoolyard and glued what was found to frames they cut from cereal boxes. Students then glued magnets to the frames so the projects can cling to their family refrigerators. What a fun way to teach others that reusing can be beautiful!
A.C. Moore Green Club members with the help of Sustainable Carolina students picked up neighborhood litter, cleaned around storm drains and educated others by writing chalk messages on school sidewalks.
Students learn from Tameria Warren how to weave plastic bags on a pizza box loom during STEAM night at Gadsden ES.
Elementary students at Harmony School test the health of the creek behind their school.
Students at Dent Middle School learned about soil with Green Steps mentor, Karen Jackson, testing infiltration rates and estimating the percent of sand, silt, and clay before building their new rain garden.
Students at Dutch Fork ES recently made and sold holiday ornaments to raise money to buy plants to improve air quality in their classrooms. Great Green Purchasing Project!
Primary students at Lake Carolina Elementary Lower Campus recycle in a BIG WAY!
Two second grade students did a great job representing Lake Carolina Elementary Lower School at the annual American Recycles Day RETHINK Contest with their upcycled owls.
Harmony School won the Group Project Award fro the Midlands 2018 RETHINK Contest. Students made life-size models of four local species of owls and shared detailed research about each one. In addition, their teacher Jennifer Mancke, entertained us all with a Native American tale about why owls are nocturnal.
Students at St. John Neumann Catholic School made PomPoms from used plastic grocery bags for a recent celebration.