Cedar River Elementary
Tahoma School District
Maple Valley, WA
earned by taking action
32%saved in your school
159metric tons of carbon saved in your school
146people pledged this year
(3,791 total) to cut energy and waste
Announcements View All
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!
11/27/18 Cedar River Elementary
Don’t forget to turn in those Green Paws! Remember when you show a CRES Green Team member you can "Make Good Choices" and Compost and Recycle correctly - you can earn a Green Paw. Turn those in to the office - just like Otter Paws - and you can win "Otter-ific" prizes!
Power Patrols Visiting Classrooms
11/20/18 Cedar River Elementary
The CRES Green Team Power Patrols are "on the prowl!" We have been visiting classrooms and sharing our energy saving know-how. The classrooms we have visited looked great! Just be sure to turn off and unplug items when not in use. We’ll be sure to leave one of our special homemade thank yous when we visit!
King County Green Schools Visit
11/12/18 Cedar River Elementary
Kate Waind, our King County Green Schools representative, visited CRES to share her sustainable know-how and some fun games with staff and students last Wednesday. What a great way to brush up on our Recycling and Composting knowledge while having a little fun. CRES is ready to do what we can to be GREEN!
Green Team on Morning Announcements
11/04/18 Cedar River Elementary
Our second Green Team announcement shared that Tissues, Paper Towels and Wipes NEVER go in the recycling! Many students AND teachers are confused because they are made from wood pulp like paper - but once they contain contaminants - they MUST go in the garbage!
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Restarting our Lunch Room Recycling!
03/29/23 Cedar River Elementary
Two Green Team members record an announcement with instructions for recycling in the lunch room
Earth Day pledges
04/23/19 Cedar River Elementary
Mrs. Droessler’s kindergarten class here at CRES brainstormed some terrific ways to help on Earth Day!
04/04/19 Cedar River Elementary
Members of the CRES Green Team spent time cleaning up CRES - We got "Three bags FULL!"