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Elementary School Programs

Students learn to make choices that contribute to a cleaner school, community and planet through a school-wide assembly show, hands-on classroom workshops and Green Teams that implement projects in the school or community. Download a brochure (PDF, 1 MB) for workshop descriptions and registration information.

Assembly Program

The assembly show for grades K-6 uses fun props, entertaining dialogue, role play, and a game show to teach students how each of us can conserve natural resources through reducing, reusing, and recycling.

Classroom Workshops

Follow up on the information from the assembly with action-oriented activities in the classroom.

Activity Guides

Use these activity guides to teach your students about reuse, waste reduction and recycling.

Green Teams

Form a team with your students to reduce waste, increase recycling, protect habitat or similar activity. Funding and other assistance are available to complete projects.

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The Glacier Park Elementary Green Team encourages students to pack waste-free lunches as a way to reduce the amount of garbage at school

Green Team Projects

The Glacier Park Elementary Green Team encourages students to pack waste-free lunches as a way to reduce the amount of garbage at school.

Updated: Aug. 29, 2013


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