Welcome Salem County Going Green Project

Sponsored by Mannington Mills and Salem County Schools, New Jersey

This project is designed for teachers in Salem County, New Jersey, Grades 1 through 12 to help them engage students in activities that encourage conservation, recycling and environmental awareness.

Become an integral part of the movement across Salem County to bring environmental awareness and activities right into the classrooms of county schools, with Mentoring from Mannington Mills.

Through a sequence of workshops over a year, teachers will learn about environmental issues, how they can be applied to their classroom and how their schools can Going Green with students assessing whether their school is accomplishing their goals

Congratulations to Mannington Mills for receiving these awards:

The NJASCD award for Partnerships in Education. The award was presented to Mannington at the NJASCD State Conference.

For accepting the Stewardship Award for 2010.

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GreenStep Honoree: Promotion

The goal of the GreenStep program is to recognize sustainable environmental initiatives throughout the industry; to promote and support those efforts by providing a public industry forum; and to honor those people and organizations whose efforts embody the ideals of environmental stewardship. This year, more than 90 entries were received and featured in the April 19/26 issue of FCW. A distinguished panel of industry and environmental experts selected the winners.



Congratulations also to Debbie Dilks of Alloway school for her recent article in the Salem Sunbeam.
Link To Article

 

Next Meeting Announcement: Looking foward to next year.

 

 

 

 

 

Working together for a better future.