Tanzania
Our project as club from benjamin wiliam mkapa located DSM was a Garden! As a club we were wishing to have a garden so school was decided to give us and that garden, need a dfrn thngs and caring such as planting of flowers and trees and irrigation of that garden we hope to do a lot of things as club! As our motto:together we can, Thenks
United States
We will create a school flower and vegetable garden and harvest and share the produce. We will ask for donations from local stores to help with the costs. Students and staff at the school will maintain the garden.
Brazil
[POR] Infelizmente, estou sozinho por enquanto e não tenho um projeto ou plano de ação contra essas décadas de indiferença política. Minha esperança é conseguir um luz aqui sobre possibilidades e estratégias, para dar início a alguma ação : ] [ENG] Unfortunately I’m alone by now, and I don’t have neither a project or plan of action against these decades of political indifference. My hope is to find some light here about possibilities and ways of action, to start some effective action : ]
United States
We will send out letters to the community leaders, the sanitation dept. and the police dept. We will conduct a short survey around the school and the community.
United States
16 of our classrooms will each be assigned a garden bed (or a portion of a garden bed) as well as a part of the outdoor learning space to cultivate and maintain. Classes will work during their scheduled time on a weekly basis. Classes will tie curriculum and Missouri State Learning Standards to their work in the garden, bringing together language arts, math, science, and social studies to their experiences in the outdoor classroom.
Mexico
Students in Grades 7, 8, & 9 at Costa Verde International School will be working with the community of Sayulita to reduce and recycle plastic bottles. This will include an awareness campaign and working to set up recycling stations.
Mexico
Kindergarten Students at Costa Verde International School will adopt the local community garden, plant new plants and trees, and become the custodians for the garden for years to come.
Tanzania
For this project, we will first need to get land somewhere that is convenient and accessible to all people. We may have to write a letter to the government to provide us with this piece of land, and raise donations for other expenses. After that, for a whole day or more, we will welcome members of the community to help prepare and plant the park. After everything has grown- which should take no more than 3 months-, the park will be open to the public. To maintain the park, it will be divided into different sections and each section will be put up for adoption, so the park will be run by the community. We will also employ the local unemployed people in the community to help maintain the park.
United States
I am doing a wax museum to learn about Jane Goodall. The students in my school will be given some gloves and a bag to clean up. They will have a week to clean up as many streets as they can. Everyone is also encouraged to recycle if they are able to. Thank you for making our streets and our world a better place!
Tanzania
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