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Monday, 24 March 2014 14:22
The CCS Green Team
invites all Carmel community members, CCS staff, students and parents to our
Open House to
Inform and Brainstorm
Here’s the Inform part:
How “green” are Carmel Clay Schools?
What sustainable practices are in place?
Who can participate in the CCS Green Team?
Here’s the Brainstorm part:
What can our schools do to “go green” even more?
How can we all collaborate to further the sustainability of CCS?
Join the CCS Green Team for an evening of visioning.
Monday, March 31st at 7pm
Carmel Middle School Cafeteria
Refreshments will be served
Tuesday, 28 January 2014 10:42
During December, CCS families recycled a total of 1,173 pounds of non-functioning holiday lights, keeping them out of landfills. All schools participated, and we beat last year's poundage by 370 pounds. Thanks to all who participated and to Technology Recyclers who removes all reusable materials.
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 20:00
The garden is located on the campus of Carmel Middle School at 300 South Guilford, Carmel, IN. There are 98 individual plots that measure 4' x 15' that are available to Carmel residents and employees of Carmel Clay Schools. Due to the strong interest in the garden, we are limiting plots to one per mailing address. There will be 9 plots reserved for student or community groups. The fee to lease a plot is $10 per year. Plot sharing is encouraged for those not able or interested in maintaining a plot alone. Plots holders will have the option of continuing on for the next growing season before those on the waiting list are contacted.
As of this time, we do not know how many plots will be available to new gardeners for the 2014 growing season. Please fill out an application to get on our waiting list. Plots available to those on the waiting list will be assigned after November 1st.
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The CCS Green Team representatives strive to work with schools to adopt green practices such as reducing waste, using eco-friendly products, reducing tailpipe pollution, implementing energy-saving initiatives and recycling...read more