I've written about our Maryland Green School recertification process a time or two. Given the process parameters of what you need to do, it's certainly a daunting task. It was one I spent hours upon hours on, and that was with a committee of folks working alongside of me to help gather our 4 years of data, checking boxes as we went.
But in the category of "great success comes from the feeling of accomplishment from hard work," it was a significant triumph indeed when we were awarded our recertification designation on June 3rd.
This video from Maryland Association of Environmental & Outdoor Education was a nice tribute to our school and the many others that did the hard work.
Video from https://youtu.be/C3TcLnUedJE
Wednesday, July 1, 2020
Maryland Green Schools
Posted by Vicki at 11:01 AM
Labels: conservation , green schools , human impact , nature deficit disorder , outdoor education , recycle , recycling , reduce , responsibility , reuse , sustainability
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