On May 2nd at 1:30 P.M. Pacific Time, join us for our Final Webinar of the school year!
In the past year, our series of webinars aimed to teach leadership, communication, and community-building skills while implementing one of our 40 hands-on activities to take action at your school and in your community. If you’re looking to improve your environmental advocacy skills, review our past webinars like our “Create a Movement” and “Spread the Word” webinars!
For our Grand Finale, we’re bringing you tips and tricks from our rockstar panel of Grades of Green Advisors – live! If you’re interested in improving your actions, sustaining your environmental program for future generations, or you have any questions for our advisors, please join us on Facebook and we’ll do our best to answer your questions.
The panel of Advisors will answer questions and share feedback on carrying-on your environmental programs and activities over the summer and on-to the next school year! You can watch them on your own (as an individual student/educator) or with your entire Grades of Green Team!
We hope to see you all soon!
Fighting for Clean Water!
The 2018 Water Challenge is well under way. The student-led challenge provided an opportunity for students to brainstorm solutions to reduce water usage and improve water quality. Given the different climates, cultures, issues affecting each school, this year’s Water Challenge has led to an incredible number of ideas. Over 40 schools, from California to Uganda, are participating this year.
About the Water Challenge
The Water Challenge is comprised of 4 parts:
– Creating a Grades of Green Team
– Creating a plan to reduce water usage and completing the Water Challenge Forms
– Teaching others about your plan to reduce water usage
– Creating a video about your findings actions and submitting the Water Challenge Forms
In addition, schools were asked to submit videos introducing their school to the other Water Challenge Schools! We compiled these introduction videos so that everyone can see a few of the schools participating! Check out the video here!
If you’re interested in joining a global community of schools, join us in the Water Challenge next semester! In the meantime, you can participate in any of the Grades of Green Activities here!