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Earth Day Extravaganza

 

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Join us in conserving our resources.

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.

Celebrate DCSD's successes during

Earth Day Extravaganza!

April 19, 2018

5:00-7:00 p.m.

Cresthill Middle School

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Earth Day Extravaganza Schedule of Events

5:00-5:45 - Visit our tables for fun Earth Day activities
5:45-6:15 - Presentations - Birds of Prey and Green Up Our Schools
6:15-6:40 - Eco-Award and Earthie Awards
6:40-7:00 - Visit our tables for fun Earth Day activities
 

Schools with exhibits

Fox Creek Elementary
Flagstone Elementary
Eldorado Elementary
Sedalia Elementary
Mountain Vista High School
Highlands Ranch High School
 

Presentations

Nature's Educators is a wildlife rescue and education organization.  Nature's Educators will bring two birds of prey for a presentation and will also be available to discuss wildlife education opportunities.  Their website is:  
 
Green Up Our Schools is a program that works with schools to increase environmental sustainability at school and home.  They will discuss how schools can get involved and potential grant opportunities.
 

Awards

Several students and student groups will be recognized for environmental sustainability initiatives with an Eco-Award.  
Select DCSD staff members will receive an Earthie Award for commitment and action to sustainabile initiatives in their schools and/or district
 

Vendors

Tesla
Natures Educators
Green up Our Schools
Douglas County Conservation District
The Bees Waggle
Douglas County Conservation District
Tri-County Health
Denver Botanic Gardens
Globe Program
 

Sustainability in DCSD

DCSD’s Office of Sustainability is focused on environmental education, social development and economic prosperity. We work hard to identify areas for resource management from the boiler room to the classroom. 30+ teachers and staff across DCSD utilize sustainable initiatives that have resulted in substantial savings.

Watch some of the videos below to learn about sustainability around Douglas County schools.

 

Click here for more information on sustainability programming in DCSD