Carmel Middle School Students Awarded Micro-Grant for “Mission: Recycle”

DSCN0319Students in Carmel Middle School’s Green Club wanted to make a difference at their school, so when the opportunity came along to apply for a micro-grant to fund a green project, they discussed how they could make a significant impact. The students all agreed that their school generated lots of trash, much of which could be recycled. The students applied for funds through the Carmel Green Teen Micro-Grant program to buy ten recycling containers for the middle school. Some containers will be placed in the cafeteria and others will be put out at both athletic and fine arts events. Students in the club will spend time educating their fellow students about what can be recycled and where to put it through live announcements, posters, and the school newspaper. Congratulations, Carmel Middle School!

To read more about the Carmel Green Teen Micro-Grant program, go to www.carmelgreenteen.org.

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Green Clubs

Getting students engaged in green practices is the key to a healthy future for our community. Green Clubs in our schools are a terrific forum for students to learn how to care for the earth and to put that knowledge into practice. See below for what student green clubs in our district are doing so far this school year!