The students will be involved in creating and maintaining a community garden. They will be active in amending the soil, spring and fall cleanups, planting items, removing weeds as they grow, watering on a daily basis, pruning, staking and caging plants as they grow and harvesting crops.
We are a blended learning school focused on teaching through face-to-face, virtual, and independent learning. Many of our students are on their computers for at least 15-20 hours a week. We feel that a void that we have is a lack of focus on physical and mental well being through exercise, health education, and mindfulness exercises.
We recently renovated our courtyard and would love support in making it more inviting and appealing to our student body population. We want it to be a space that students and staff can enjoy and engage in being outdoors together.
We hope to have Scouts and their families help prepare our Outdoor Classroom for the winter, but we also plan to schedule University of Nebraska-Lincoln students to help provide nature enrichment activities for younger children.
8:30am-12pm on Saturday, October 5th: Come join us for a Campus & Garden Beautification day! Bring your gardening gloves, rakes, shovels, a hat, and some sunscreen as we get down and dirty and clean up the campus and 17 raised garden beds!
Forest Oak Middle School (FOMS) is a public school in Montgomery County, MD that serves nearly 900 students, the majority of which are Hispanic and African-American. The FOMS campus is unique in that it contains a variety of ecosystem types, including forest, stream, and meadow areas.
Balfour Beatty Construction in partnership with the San Diego Green Building Council is hosting its 8th annual Green Apple Day of Service! This year we have the opportunity to host our event for Escondido Union School District, and we will be building a new outdoor learning space and reading garden at Felicita Elementary School.
Join us as we create an outdoor commons area, build solar panels, create an apiary, paint school signage and prepare the garden for fall. We will activate spaces on the exterior of the Gary Comer Youth Center. These activities involve carpentry, painting, STEM and gardening.
Join us Saturday September 21st from 8:00am to 12:30pm for Millikan Garden Beautification Day to kickoff the Garden Revival Project. Our goal is to re-establish and maintain Millikans 1 acre campus gardens/farm through collaborations and partnerships within the school community and the larger community as well.
The Tower Companies will be back at Woodend Sanctuary with ANS for the second year in a row! Woodend Sanctuary is a beautiful 40-acre property, which is currently undergoing a 50 year master restoration plan.
Campus wide mapping of recycling bins, composting bins, bike racks, and mapping of other parts of campus that contribute to the overall Sustainability of Northeastern.
Finney Elementary School needs help to complete construction of our school garden. Once the garden build is complete, our school can begin various programs. We will develop a garden club which our after-school program students will participate in as a volunteer service club.
Student volunteers will work with their adult mentors to clean up and beautify the grounds, perform a pond cleanup, and install panels for a goat exhibit at a local learning ranch that hosts classes for members of the special needs community and visitors from around the region as they learn about the importance of animal and earth cycles.
Haskell is partnering with LaVilla School of the Arts, which is celebrating their 20th anniversary, to provide an improved experience when entering the school. The project will include the addition of native landscaping to include a pollinator garden and rain garden, educational signage, new seating and additional art-related improvements.
Aligned with the vision of Mr. Mahesh Ramanujam, CEO and President, GBCI and U.S. Green Building Council, GBCI India and Infosys joined hands to curate and conduct a learning tour for students from prominent architectural colleges in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh, ahead of Teachers’Day.
Please help me give my students a picnic table for our outdoor classroom so they can learn about our environment and their part in protecting and loving our planet.
The mission is to create an outdoor facility for education in mindfulness and environmental conservation. We want to accomplish this by restoring outdoor learning areas, provide opportunities to exponentially teach the science and economics of healthy farming and eating, and improve the sustainability of the Forest Oak Middle School campus.
Help me give my students actual dishes and silverware instead of paper, plastic, and styrofoam as we learn to reduce, reuse, and recycle while preparing and sharing our lunchtime as a family.
Help me give my students a composter and rain barrel to use in their vegetable garden so they can help make the planet healthier as they learn to be healthier themselves.
My Montessori classroom integrates practical life into the daily curriculum which includes an outdoor learning environment and vegetable garden.
Getting Dirty to Get Cleaner Eating Habits! Potting Soil, Please!
Help me give my students organic potting soil and water-conserving coconut coir to plant their vegetable garden as they learn, grow, harvest, and EAT more nutritious snacks in our environmentally focused outdoor learning environment.
We Want to Welcome Our Fine Feathered Friends
Help me give my students a solar powered bird bath, bird feeder, and bird seed to observe, study, and help wild birds as we become better environmental citizens and make the world better for people and animals.
We Cannot Make a Tree, but We Really Need Three
Help me give my students three live trees for our outdoor learning environment which is currently surrounded by concrete and brick walls so they learn about and experience the benefits we all get from trees, while becoming environmentalists.
Help me give my students hand towels and the materials needed to wash and dry them naturally.
My first, second, and third graders will learn both practical life, environmental, science, and citizenship lessons as they work together in my Montessori classroom using, washing, drying, and caring for their new hand towels.
Go into any elementary school cafeteria at lunch and you will see a trash can overflowing with food waste. Despite our small school size, three to four large trash cans are filled every day with food waste and trash.
William S. Baer School is a public school in Baltimore City for children with severe disabilities. We would like to work with the school to create an outdoor track for the students to use for outdoor activities and physical training exercises.