Representative & House Majority Leader, K. Joseph Shekarchi of Rhode Island presented this message to our honorees.
This spring and summer Project Green Schools is growing a Giving Tree. We are looking for businesses, organizations, government leaders and individuals who share our vision to make a commitment now and help us grow more student leaders and schools. Our students get extraordinary opportunities. Read More Sprout a new leaf with your donation. *The tree reflects […]
Congratulations to our 2017 National Green Schools Society Graduates and to our scholarship winners! 1st Annual Project Green Schools Scholarship Mark Thekkethala – Xaverian Brothers High School Current by GE Scholarship – Energized future scholarship winner Eve Wyman – Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School
We are pleased to announce that Jacob Thekkethala will be joining Project Green Schools’ Advisory Board! Jacob is currently the Product Director for Water & Lab Products at Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Congratulations to our 2017 Green Difference Awards Winners, Green Up New England Challenge Winners and Scholarship Recipients GRAND PRIZE WINNER Green up New England Challenge Epiphany School Greenhouse & Garden Ed Program (MA) Best Green School Practices Environmental Eagles (MA) Andover Public Schools (MA) Best Green Community Practices The Compass School (RI) Sudbury HS Environmental […]
CONGRATULATIONS to Mark Thekkethala!! Mark has just been awarded the 1st Annual Green Schools Scholarship of $2,000 made possible by Project Green Schools, the Boston Bruins Foundation and Walmart. We will publicly award Mark for his Outstanding Environmental Leadership at the MA State House on May 19th as a part of our National Green Difference Awards Program
Planet Aid has been a partner of Project Green Schools for over seven years and has helped carry out student environmental service projects since then. They are a nonprofit organization that collects and recycles used clothing and shoes (you may have seen their striking yellow bins) and also supports sustainable development in impoverished communities around […]
We are more than delighted to share the work of one of our amazing Chapters in Peabody, MA. Below is an article the students wrote for their school newspaper. Congratulations to Diane Bugler and her students for tremendous green work! Captain Samuel Brown School’s Environmental Eagles Newsletter “First of all, we just recruited 4th graders […]
Please welcome Karen Gatz and Adam Jankauskas to our Advisory Board. Joining our team as School Outreach Specialists are Nicole Canty and Angela Kakabeeke. James Cohen is a lawyer with the firm Verrill Dana, LLP in Portland, ME. Jim’s experience in public service, including his service as Mayor of Portland and leadership positions on multiple […]