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Clean Up Day

04/09/19 Gleason Lake Elementary

Student Council will meet tomorrow morning before school to clean the OLC in honor of Earth Day.

Power Patrol on Duty

04/05/19 Tahoma High

A Green Team volunteer is circulating around Tahoma High School, checking to see if staff is powered down. You can make a difference in our energy usage this break by making sure that lights are turned off, electronics are unplugged, and blinds are closed. Please also check to make sure that there are no maintenance issues in your classroom! Have a great break, and stay green!

Go Green for Earth Day!

03/26/19 Cedar River Elementary

CRES will be showing how much we care on Earth Day by wearing GREEN! Any Green or Earth related clothing will show our support!

Earth Day Preparations

03/06/19 Tahoma High

Earth Day is coming up on Monday, April 22nd. In honor of this special week, the Tahoma High School Spirit Committee and the Green Team will be hosting a special "Spirit Week." Keep your eyes peeled for updates on what to wear on which days. We will also post pictures of some of our Earth Spirit!

Share Table

03/04/19 Tahoma High

Are you wasting part of your lunch? Green Team has the "green light" to set up a formal share table in the lunch room where you can put unopened food. Help somebody out who forgot, can’t afford, or just didn’t get enough lunch and reduce your waste. Be on the lookout starting next week. (Pictures to come.)

EARTH HOUR

03/01/19 Summit Trail Middle

EARTH HOUR IS COMING UP ON MARCH 30TH. SWITCH OFF THE LIGHTS AT 8:30 PM FOR AN HOUR!

Green Team Meetings

02/28/19 Tahoma High

The Green Team is looking for new members to join our group! If you would like to make a difference, come check out one of our meetings during Power Hour A in room 224. There are some exciting volunteer opportunities coming up!

Caribou Trivia!!

02/19/19 Parker Elementary

Energy Fact: Landfills are among the biggest contributors to soil pollution – roughly 80% of the items buried in landfills could be recycled. Energy Trivia: ISD 728 participates in “mixed recycling”. What does that mean? Send your guess to AnneA@Mckinstry.com for a chance to win a Caribou beverage.

Caribou Trivia

02/19/19 Twin Lakes Elementary

Energy Fact: Landfills are among the biggest contributors to soil pollution – roughly 80% of the items buried in landfills could be recycled. Energy Trivia: ISD 728 participates in “mixed recycling”. What does that mean? Send your guess to AnneA@Mckinstry.com for a chance to win a Caribou beverage.

Green Team

02/13/19 Gleason Lake Elementary

The Gleason Lake Student Council was hard at work today making videos to share with the school on recycling.