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We will do a community map to see what environmental or community problems we have in the Crosslake area. We will then develop themes for display boards throughout the school year. We will change the display board every few months.
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We will participate in service learning course while cleaning the local parks. We will promote Earth Day Awareness and the importance of Recycling, Energy Conservation and Water Conservation. We will work with local community leaders, councilman and state officials to get the news out on Saving our Earth!
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K-8th grade students will research, design and create educational and entertaining games about the benefits and practice of reducing waste, reusing materials and recycling to keep waste from our landfills. These games will be created completely from recycled materials and will be facilitated by the students. The games will be played by the public at a community event in May 2016.
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Students will research the historical changes of their local community and create a timeline starting from the early 20th century to the present. This timeline will contain data (population change related to humans, wildlife and plant life), in addition to focusing on the impact the developments has had in their local environment (pollution, shortage of essential natural resources, animal extinction, etc.). Students will create action plan in the form of a PSA, which will include findings during the unit as well as an action plan.
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In our science notebooks, we created an outline based on several published works. We will work-out a day in school, a day on vacation and a weekend day's use of resources, both natural and human-made. Working with our partners, and ultimately our whole class, we will set to reduce what we use and try to make this a life-long goal!
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creating a cycle, merge the center at the center fill it with small stones/gravel with sand soil. bound its side with poles or bricks. fill the soil layer then grass layer to a height of about one meters divide the portion to grow varieties of vegetables..
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On Global Youth Service Day, April 16, 2016 we will have the first-ever county STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) festival. The festival will have 24 booths consisting of area businesses, nonprofits, and organizations that will demonstrate through hands-on activities to children, the importance of STEM in their everyday lives. We will also have a stage with speakers throughout the event. We will partner with county leaders, libraries, schools, the County History Museum, and the Redwood City Parks and Recreation Department to engage as many youth volunteers as possible, show the community of organizations available to support community efforts, and to educate families about the importance of environmental and educational efforts to improve our community. Through the engaging speakers and activities, we will encourage children's interest in STEM-related subjects at school and increase their interest in pursuing STEM careers, lowering the gap in STEM career achievement for our large Hispanic community.
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We will attempt to get as many toy donations as possible. A dinner will be held to facilitate the donation of toys. Ecoharmony will also conduct a silent auction to raise funds for the community. In line with Ecoharmony's mission statement concerning the environment, Ecoharmony will be donating 3 drought tolerant succulent arrangements for the auction.
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Students will be organizing and running a Resource Conservation program. They will research ways in which water and energy are used in our community. They will trace the route of the water & resources used to generate electricity both beyond and within our community. Students will also explore the amount of resources used to create a variety of everyday projects including food, clothing, and games. Following the research portion of the project, students will organize a public service component for their project. This aspect of their program will include the creation of an educational power point, bookmarks, buttons, and stickers for presentation and distribution in our school community. Students will present their power point at campus assembly. Following their presentation, our fifth grade students will circulate around campus during the school year in search of students (or adults!) "Caught Conserving Resources (CCR)". Actions such as turning off lights and faucets, recycling, and helping others learn about resource conservation will be rewarded by these student leaders. They will award CCR stickers, bookmarks, and buttons to these individuals.
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Mid-April to mid-May will have song and art contest and have a student/staff/parent show and may also include letter-writing campaign in English clases. Winners of contest will share. Count FB, Instagram, and other social media posts. post-survey of students and staff

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