We have a school garden established, we'd like to focus on composting, native plants, and hosting school tours/harvest feast.
I will put up posters in the neighbourhood and trash cans. Every time it gets full I will take the litter out and see if we are recycling. Also, I will be checking for items to reuse
Order blank cloth bags online, paint them and sell them.
We will extend the high school recycling program into the community. We will begin with curbside recycling at our school. The students will use the roots and shoots program material to identify the areas that need to be made aware of the recycling program. The students will design an advertising campaign to get the word out to their community that all recycling can be brought to our school. The students will also use their information gathering and research to identify another issue that they can help change for future sustainable projects. This program will continue each semester.
I want to make it easier for my neighbors to clear out the extra clothing by passing out boxes for them to fill with donated items, which I will then pick up to take to the thrift store.
I've created lessons which we use more technology devices rather than papers. All lecture notes will be available in our Facebook group, projects will be created by cell phones or other devices that has a camera for recording videos(students should create short films based on the topic of the lesson), class quizzes will perform online and the only way I'll use paper is for homework(some questions related to the day's lecture) that's unfortunately a rule I can't change as the school needs a type of evidence(so called notebooks and homework) to be sure we are doing our jobs. Hope I can help a little to our mother Earth!
Our Waterford School Roots & Shoots group wanted to present to preschool students the importance of recycling, composting, eating healthy and waste-free lunches.
It will last all year and it will involve getting each grade to go through this process and develop unique projects
The project target school children and young parents. We organize talks, outings and school activities to create an awareness.
The project will aim to provide re-usable floral centerpieces for guests at the LAMP Optimist Club's "Friends of Youth Award" dinner. We hope to make centerpieces where all the products can be re-used. We will also ask around for raffle prizes to be donated. We will also sell raffle tickets to raise funds for the LAMP Optimist Club who will use the funds for the youth of the community.