STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering & Math] is for Girls/Kids of All Ages!!!
Green Schools Interviews Secretary Richard K. Sullivan at The Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs
Green Schools 5th Annual Green Difference Awards - MA State House
Green Schools In the Pumpkin Patch...Healthy Foods & The Reducers
Green Schools Student Ambassadors Inside the Greenhouse at The 6th Annual MA Green Schools Summit
Green Schools Student Leadership Pictured at The MA Water Forum - MA State House
Green Schools National Network Advisory Board Pictured at The Green Schools National Conference in FL
Green Schools and Lt. Governor, Tim Murray, present the 1st STEM in Education Green Difference Award at The MA Green Schools Summit
eSTEM Breakout Session at The 2nd White House Women & Environment Summit
SAGEE & MA Green Ribbon Schools Working Group at The Secretaries Awards for Excellence in Energy & Environmental Education
Green Schools National Conference
|When:||Back to Calendar February 22, 2013 @ 9:00 am – February 24, 2013 @ 10:00 am|
All shades of green
Green Schools National Conference examines environmental literacy, energy efficiency, healthier food, eco-friendly purchasing and more
There are many shades of green, and they’ll all be represented early next year at one of the largest national gatherings of ‘green school’ administrators, teachers, students and parents.
The 3rd annual Green Schools National Conference, set for Feb. 22-24, 2013, in West Palm Beach, Fl, is sponsored by the Green Schools National Network (GSNN) and has a stated goal of “developing healthy and sustainable schools across America.”
Whether the topic is curriculum that advances environmental literacy and sustainability, recycling programs or organic foods on the cafeteria line, or improving indoor air quality the movement that has swept the country to include thousands of private, public, and charter schools sees the ‘greening’ of the nation’s schools as the way to save money, improve student health and achievement — and save the planet in the process.
For more information or to register, visit www.greenschoolsnationalconference.org