June 2017

27

Jun

Teacher Family Day at the Aquarium of the Pacific

Grades of Green wishes a happy summer break to both students and teachers alike! To kick off summer, we hosted …

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22

Jun

17,000 Shoes Collected, 8,000 More to Go!

Did you know over 300 million children in the world can’t afford shoes, yet millions of shoes are dumped into …

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20

Jun

Air Quality Awareness at San Pedro High School

San Pedro High School celebrated Air Quality Awareness Month in May by taking on our No Idle Zone activity. This …

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20

Jun

Fundraising Success at MBMS

Manhattan Beach Middle School shared some great news with us lately! In a recent e-newsletter, MBMS celebrated the installation of …

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20

Jun

Donate, Volunteer, and Win Tickets to Jack Johnson’s 7/16 Concert!

We’re teaming up with Jack Johnson on his 2017 Summer Tour and All At Once, a social action network connecting …

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19

Jun

2016-2017 Trash Free Lunch Challenge Report

The results are in, and Grades of Green is thrilled to share the 6th annual Trash Free Lunch Challenge final …

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16

Jun

Grades of Green Featured in Green Teacher Magazine

Grades of Green’s No Idle Zone Activity was featured in the summer issue of Green Teacher Magazine, marking our second national …

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12

Jun

Elise Y.

Dear Grades of Green, You have taught me so much. I learned about leadership, the earth, and public speaking. You …

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9

Jun

Skip the Straw, Make a Difference

Did you know that every day, Americans use over 500 million straws? That’s enough plastic waste to fill a school …

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5

Jun

Franklin Classical Expands Grades of Green Program

Franklin Classical Middle School in Long Beach, California participated in Grades of Green’s Trash Free Lunch Challenge in 2014-2015, and …

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2

Jun

M.E. Drought Tolerant Garden is Officially Revealed

6th graders Maxine and Elise started the 2016-2017 school year with a vision to create a drought tolerant garden at …

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2

Jun

Join Gallon Challenge USA

Did you know that the average American uses 80 to 100 gallons of water a day, more than any other …

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