Presentation on theme: "Kristen DeJarnette Go Green!. What does it mean to Go Green? Going Green is not just recycling. Going Green is living in a way that is good and friendly."— Presentation transcript:
Kristen DeJarnette Go Green!
What does it mean to Go Green? Going Green is not just recycling. Going Green is living in a way that is good and friendly for the envirorment. To Go Green means contributing to preserve the planet and all of its natural resources.
Examples of how to Go Green. Recycling. Reusing things that can be re-used. Use energy efficient light bulbs. Turn off the water while you’re brushing your teeth. Turn off the lights when you leave the room. Un-plug things that aren’t being used.
Randolph Henry Going Green. Turning the Water Fountain into a place for plants. Bring Your Own Cup to Statesmen Café to reduce usage of plastic cups. Recycle your bottle tops.
Randolph Henry Going Green. Recycled Paper.Recycling Bins.
Randolph Henry Going Green. Recycled Papers in the Teacher’s Lounge. A place to recycle bottles.
Ways To Be “Greener”. Do something about the windows.Drive Smaller Vehicles.Recycle all paper and bottles.
What Students Think About Going Green. cology%20Critter%20Projects/Intervie w%20with%20Colleen.MOV
Other Green School. A Windward Elementary schools is powering itself with solar energy. South Shore Charter Public School have received Hybrid School Buses.