Did you know that there are 19 schools in Pictou County? Seventeen in the CCRCE, one Bridgeway Academy campus, and one First Nations School.
This week we switch gears and head over to Cape Breton. We are celebrating 4 amazing Green Heroes from Cusack Elementary school. These students are in the 5th Grade and are already teaching others about why it is important to take steps in order to protect and preserve our environment. Their names are, Abijay Vinod, Mya McGee, Sarah Pope, and Gage Burke.
This year, Green Schools launched a Virtual Series (suitable for grades 7+). The Virtual Series is an opportunity for classes to meet virtually with Engagement Officers for a series of engagements on climate change, energy consumption, and of course, energy efficiency!
How does it work?
Your class will receive 2 virtual engagements followed by an in-person engagement.
First Virtual: Climate Change
Green Heroes is off to an awesome start! Last week we got to know our first ever Green Hero, and this week the saga continues with another amazing young individual. Her name is Kenna Britton and she is a 5 year old who is already wiser than most! Her dad reached out to us and this is what he had to say about his superstar!
It’s November and the colder weather is on its way. During the cooler season, though it may seem tricky, we can still find ways to be efficient! A lot of exciting events will be happening in the next few months and those celebrating the winter holidays are starting to prepare for the busy season ahead!
We ‘Walk the Energy Efficiency Talk’ here at Green Schools Nova Scotia.
Green Schools Nova Scotia prides itself on not only teaching energy-efficiency but also BEING energy efficient. Did you know your school’s Engagement Officer plans their visit with the Earth and energy efficiency in mind?