washington green schools
Three students from John Stanford International School celebrate their Level 2 certification in Water Conservation.
Washington Green Schools provides resources and tools to involve students, teachers, and community members in assessing and taking action to increase resource conservation and waste reduction in schools. A non-profit program, Washington Green Schools envisions that all schools in Washington state will model environmental sustainability, and students will be engaged as stewards and leaders in their schools and beyond.
Visit How It Works for details on the program structure.
Please explore our newsletter to find news and highlights of teachers and students in the Washington Green Schools community: Washington Green Schools Newsletter Archives.
Why become a Washington Green School?
Schools that participate have the opportunity:
Reduce environmental and carbon footprints.
Lower operating or utility costs (see case studies).
Enhance student learning and improve test scores through experiential, hands-on learning; evidenced by research.
Improve valuable student skills in leadership, project managment, and community service.
Create a healthier environment for students and staff.
Ready to begin?
All K through 12 schools in Washington state can participate in Washington Green Schools. You can sign up anytime, so gather your Green Team and get started!
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