Students in an urban Baltimore high school finds creative ways to restore the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem–learning and providing a valuable service at the same time.
It’s clear why this Florida school was selected to help pilot the national PLT GreenSchools program.
A Kansas high school teacher inspires her students–and they inspire her–to seek ways to go green.
Strong support for PLT comes from the principal, teachers, and students at this Florida K-8 school.
Discovering an endangered Ozark chestnut tree (also called Chinquapin) in the woods near the school campus inspired Acorn School students to take action.
PLT GreenSchools investigations provide a firm foundation at Walden Community School in Winter Park, Florida.
Students at Alder Avenue Middle School did not just complain about the quality of a nearby river–they did something about it.
PLT GreenSchools results in a greener environment–and confident, self-assured students–at a Kansas high school.
From Landfill Larry to an “idle-free” pick-up zone, students at Dimensions of Learning Academy found innovative ways to make a difference.
McKinney, Texas, often receives quality-of-life awards. Wolford Elementary helps contribute with a conservation focus across all grade levels.