Over 250 of New Jersey's schools are participating in this free, internationally acclaimed "green" recognition program providing teachers PreK - 12 with a framework to integrate sustainability practices within existing curriculum. Aligned with NJ's Student Learning Standards for Science and NGSS, twelve pathways deepen curriculum, provide STEAM-based educational opportunities, and engage students in authentic learning experiences positively impacting their environment.
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INTRO VIDEO 7-STEPS FRAMEWORK HANDBOOK APPLY FOR AWARDS
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1: Form an Eco-Action Team
2: Conduct Environmental Audit
3: Create an Eco-Action Plan
4: Monitor & Evaluate Progress
5: Link to Existing Curriculum
6: Involve the Community
7: Create Your Eco-Code
Consumption and Waste
Learning About Forests (LEAF)
2012 Unity Charter School (2 time winner!)
2013 Alder Ave Middle School & Benjamin Franklin Elementary School
2014 Three Bridges School
2015 William Annin Middle School
2016 Whitehouse School, Woodcliff Middle School, & Woodrow Wilson Middle School
2017 Duarte - Marti School #28, Egg Harbor Twp High, George L. Catrambone Elementary, Holland Township Elementary, Long Branch Middle, Princeton Day School, West Caldwell Voc. & Tech. School
Watch how students and teachers in Malaysia implement Eco-Schools!
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Contact your Eco-Schools Coordinator for free training and in-person support:
Allison Mulch * 609-427-3052 x 103 * firstname.lastname@example.org
Eco-Schools USA in New Jersey is provided by a partnership with the National Wildlife Federation and paid for through grants from: