Eco-Schools USA Workshop

March 10th

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Eco-Schools USA Workshop

Thursday, March 10th, 4:30-6:30pm

7075 Shoreham Drive

Castle Rock, CO

Join National Wildlife Federation's Rocky Mountain Regional Center for our Eco-Schools USA Workshop!
  • Free training, online program, and resources!
  • Open to educators, school staff, parents, and volunteers!
  • Stipends available to the first 5 teachers that sign up and complete the workshop! Note: Attendees who have not already received a stipend will be given priority.
  • Seed Grants available to schools that participate!
  • This is an introductory workshop for the program. If you have participated in Eco-Schools USA in the past this will be review, though you are always welcome to join for a refresher.
  • Learn more at www.eco-schoolsusa.org.


RSVP at the bottom of this email!


Eco-Schools USA helps U.S. K-12 public, private and charter schools green the school building, grounds, educational programming and student experience. Eco-Schools USA is part of the acclaimed international Eco-Schools program. Created in 1994, Eco-Schools is now in 50 countries reaching 37,000 K-12 schools, over 600,000 educators, and more than 9.5 million students.


Why be part of Eco-Schools USA?

  • Follow a step-by-step framework to implement sustainable practices
  • Choose your own pathways to success
  • Support student engagement and academic achievement
  • Foster environmental stewardship
  • Share ideas and connect with other schools
  • Earn awards to mark your achievements


Benefits of the Eco-Schools Program:

  • Improves academic performance, especially in science and math
  • Leads to financial savings for schools
  • Decreases the school's carbon footprint through practical solutions that reduce energy and water consumption
  • Reduces school waste and conserves natural resources
  • Encourages student environmental awareness and stewardship
  • Increases parental involvement
  • Helps students and teachers develop stronger relationships with their communities
  • Develops national and international links


Thanks to Buffalo Ridge Elementary for hosting!

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

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