Creating posters about keeping SC litter free is a good way for students to fulfill the “teach others” requirement for a Green Step School “Protect: Litter Prevention” project. See the state winning posters from last school year here and read about this year’s contest here.
H.E. Corley Elementary School documented their 2020 school projects and showed how parents and students continued those environmental lessons at home while school was closed.
H.E. Corley ES Power Point Summary 2019-2020.pdf
Bluffton Middle School’s Green Step School Club documented an impressive first year.
Holy Trinity Catholic School is new to Green Steps this year but has been active for several years in the “From Seeds To Shoreline” student marsh restoration program at North Inlet-Winyah Bay Reserve. EV Bell from Sea Grant leads student activities and teaches planting techniques. And Reserve staff lead vegetation sampling, water quality testing and marsh habitat explorations.
Irmo HS Special Education teachers Mrs. Moran and Mrs. Hampton, with Green Steps mentor Mrs. Byars, distributed gardening supplies to students yesterday so they can continue their planting projects while at home.
Ocean Bay MS documents its 2020 Green Step projects here.
Burgess ES posted these pictures, captions and videos to document their 2020 Green Step projects.
Ravenel Elementary documented their 2020 Green Step projects here.
Harmony School documents their 2020 Green Step projects here.
Students at Black Water MS learned about keeping storm water clean, marked storm drains and taught others by making posters.
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