Green Schools Student Leaders with Governor Patrick at MA STEM Summit!
Green Schools Interviews Secretary Richard K. Sullivan at The Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs
Green Schools 5th Annual Green Difference Awards
With Commissioner Sylvia & EPA Administrator, Curt Spalding at the 7th Annual Green Schools Summit at EPA New England
Green Schools National Network Advisory Board
Had a Great Time at PA on Student Sustainability Leadership Day!
Green Schools National Conference-Student Summit Outdoor Learning
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
1st Class of NGSS [National Green Schools Society] Graduates-2013
We enjoyed learning and collaborating with many of our nation’s thought leaders including; Greening Forward, Diana Dehm, Green Bronx Machine, Green Schools Alliance, Project Learning Tree, ACE, Green Schools Initiative, Green 360, Grades of Green, Eco Schools USA, Conserve School, Health Corp, Slow Food USA, US Fish & Wildlife Service Climate Change LIVE, Clemon Charles, and countless others in the Green Schools space. We are definitely looking forward to next year’s convening at Virginia Beach!
The Green Schools National Conference is organized by the GSNN-Green Schools National Network and Green Schools is proud to serve on their Advisory Board.
Green Schools honors and recognizes Outstanding Environmental Education & STEM Education efforts led in our Schools & Communities at our Annual Green Difference Awards.
This event will take place at the MA State House in the spring [May 28, 2014]
Green Difference Makers can be: Principals, Teachers, Advisors, Schools, Students, or School Groups/Clubs.
Application period open until April 14th:Green Difference Award Nomination – 2014
“My interest in technology and my ardent passion for creating has been growing ever since I was a child. When my parents purchased my 1st set of LEGO’s I spent the majority of my free time constructing a variety of creations. At the age of seven, I received a spot in the LEGO catalog for my creation of an airplane…. This was no ordinary airplane. I used an old toothbrush motor and a battery, and incorporated it into the LEGO airplane. The motor powered a small propeller and this aspect made the airplane much more interesting to me. Later on, in high school I decided to pursue classes like Engineering and Technology, Physics, and AP Calculus, as well as work with STEM-related organizations such as Green Schools. By the end on my junior year I noticed that a majority of my interests pointed towards STEM subjects, and at the start of senior year I decided that I would most enjoy the fields of Technology and Computer Science. This is when I decided that pursuing STEM studies in college would be an ideal choice for me.