We’re Looking Forward to the Green Schools National Conference in Sacramento!

The Green Schools National Conference is March 26-29, 2014The 4th Annual Green Schools National Conference is March 26-29 in Sacramento, California.  The Conference is the nation’s largest gathering of green, healthy and sustainable K-12 school leaders and learners.  Some 1,500 teachers, parents, principals, superintendents, food service directors, facilities managers, and other partners are expected to attend. […]

Green Schools Awarded Outstanding Service to Environmental Education [EE] by NAAEE

Green Schools was recently Awarded Outstanding Service to Environmental Education Organization-Regional Category by NAAEE at the 42nd NAAEE Conference in Baltimore, MD Green Schools was recognized as a leading 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization organized for Environmental Education [EE] & Environmental Literacy purposes that provide a number of Hands-on, Environmental Education/STEM-based programs and resources to […]

Meet Andrew – Green Schools Peer Advisor & Program Developer

ANDREW IS ECO AWESOME!  Meet Green Schools Developer of our Peer Advisor/Student Mentoring Program.Andrew is currently researching and investigating the ecological consequences of climate change. “I hope to combine field work with species distribution modeling to determine how populations could respond to climate change. I am particularly interested in invasive species.”Andrew is also helping Green […]

Green Schools Leads Environmental Literacy Workshop at Tufts University

  Join Green Schools at Tufts Institute of the Environment Lunch & Learn on Thu, October 17, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm, Rabb Room Tisch College, Lincoln Filene Center, Tufts University, Medford Campus Learn the recipe for success when developing Environmentally Literacy Skills for the 21st Century! This workshop showcases multiple Environmental Education strategies for the College […]

Green Schools Hosted its 1st Annual Golf Tournament!

  Golfers across the Commonwealth took to the GREEN on Thursday, September 19, 2013 at Norton Country Club to help raise funds for Massachusetts’ leading Environmental Education organization. As a result of this event, Green Schools anticipates being able to directly support 30 MA-based Schools or 300 Student Ambassadors!!  How’s that for making The Green Difference! […]

We’re gearing up for a very Green Back to School in 2013!

Become a Green Schools Member and receive: • 10 Environmental/STEM‐focused Units/Themes, including; Pledges, Lesson Plans, School‐based Challenges, and more, so you can Green Your School year‐round! • Special MEMBERS ONLY monthly School & Student Newsletters with timely information to give your students & school the upper hand! ($priceless) • Access to our Green Student & […]

Green Schools Graduates it’s 1st Class of NGSS Students in 2013!

With the support of several leading National Environmental Education organizations, Green Schools officially graduated its 1st class of Environmentally Literate Students with Honor Stoles as a part of NGSS-National Green Schools Society.  We have been honored to work with such tremendous student leadership, and we are thrilled to be able to recognize Outstanding Environmental Leadership […]

Green Schools Launches National Green Schools Society…NGSS at The 5th Annual Green Difference Awards

We couldn’t be happier to launch NGSS, National Green Schools Society! NGSS has been recognized by NEEF [National Environmental Education Foundation], NAAEE [North American Association for Environmental Education], EDN [Earth Day Network], GSNN [Green Schools National Network], KAB [Keep America Beautiful], NWF’s Eco-Schools USA, GEF [Green Education Foundation], Beyond Benign, and others connected to Environmental Education […]

The 5th Annual Green Difference Awards were more impactful than ever!

Congratulations to all of our 2013 Green Difference Awards Winners!  We are proud of all that you do to bring The Green Difference into your Schools & Communities! Special thanks to: Boston City Councillor, John Connolly, Representative  Barrows & Phil Palanza, Representative Gobi, Joint Chair of Education, Representaive Peisch, Senator Eldridge, Representative Ferguson, and of course Green Schools […]