Project Green Schools Awards 1st Annual Green Schools Scholarship

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  

Chapter Spotlight: Captain Samuel Brown School

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 […]

Student Spotlight: Belle Allmendinger

I joined National Green Schools Society during my freshman year of high school. This was also when I first joined Green Team. At this point in my life, I was concerned for the environment but had never considered a career in environmental science. After I joined NGSS I became aware of the wide range possibilities […]

Apply NOW for the Green Up New England Challenge

Project Green Schools (PGS), in partnership with the Boston Bruins and Walmart is excited to announce our Green Up New  England Challenge. Apply now. Deadline is March, 22, 2017.   The Boston Bruins and the Boston Bruins Foundation have partnered with Project Green Schools and Walmart for the Green Up New England Challenge, which aims to develop Green […]

Looking Back: 2016 Green Difference Award Winner, Jayne Stevenson

In 2016, Jayne Stevenson was awarded a Green Difference Award in the category of “Outstanding School-led Project in Climate Action.”  Jayne Stevenson is a leader and organizer for the Roots and Shoots Club at the St. Louis Park High School, Minnesota. The club connected with iMatter in 2015, and began planning an iMatter Now campaign in their […]

Green Schools Student Co-President in Action

We are excited to share some amazing work by our very own Green Schools Student Co-President, Mark Thekkethala.  Mark has been working on an international project close to his heart. Here’s his story: “When my grandfather passed away a few years ago, I wanted to do something substantial in honor of him. My grandfather and […]

Green Schools Student Leader, Brooke Leifer, Releases “Un-BEE-lievable”

Green Schools Student Brooke Leifer Releases “Un-BEE-lievable” New Video to Raise Awareness About Pollinators Recording artist, Brooke Leifer, is proud to launch her new music video, Share the Love (the Pollinator Song), which was produced in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service. This original song was written and recorded to help children and adults learn more about the […]

Meet Our Green Schools Student Co-Presidents 2016-2017

Mark Thekkethala “My name is Mark Thekkethala and I am a senior at Xaverian Brothers High School. I am extremely excited to have the opportunity to be a leading voice in Green Schools as your co-president for this upcoming year. I hope to inspire a youth movement towards sustainability and climate change awareness throughout the […]

Congratulations and Thank You to Our Outgoing Green Schools Student Co-Presidents

CONGRATULATIONS and THANK YOU to Melissa Cowell and Ehasanuzzaman Satu on your graduations and for an amazing job as our 2015 – 2016 Green Schools Student Co-Presidents.   Green Schools wishes you the best of luck in your future endeavors. Click to read the speeches both Co-Presidents gave at our 2016 Green Difference Awards held at the MA State House. […]