Welcome PGS’ Youngest Advisory Board Member

Project Green Schools is honored to welcome Cory Shin to our Advisory Board. Cory Shin, a former Project Green Schools National Co-President, hails from the Metro-Atlanta area and is a student at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Currently, he is studying International Studies and Business as a part of the dual-degree Huntsman Program […]

Planting the Seeds Monthly Mental Health Series

Project Green Schools is honored to have our PGS Advisory Board Member, Jill Sylvester a licensed mental health counselor and author, providing monthly strategies and tips for our mental health. Grounding is one of the most important strategies in dealing with our anxious feelings. Here is a grounding activity, whether you are a student or […]

National Youth Council Sustainable Holiday Reminders and Tips

Written by National Youth Council Student News Editor Andrew Kim With Thanksgiving and the holidays rolling around, this month’s monthly initiative is on the agricultural industry and food management. That means considering how the food you eat is sustainable and what impact your choices and the agricultural industry has on global health. Everything from the […]

National Youth Council Promoting a Sustainable School Year

To kick off the start of school, the National Youth Council is promoting a more sustainable school year during the month of September. Whether we’re learning in classrooms or remotely, there are steps we can all take to reduce our environmental impact. An hour of energy conservation a day by turning off lights on sunny […]

In Memory of Raymond Francis, M.Sc.

Project Green Schools lost a dear friend, Author, Raymond Francis, M.Sc., who for more than a decade taught our Founder & Executive Director how to choose health. In 2004, following the birth of her second daughter, Robin Buchanan, nearly died after 3 life-threatening anaphylactic attacks and complex health-related issues. Robin’s story echoed that of Raymond […]

Crayola Color Cycle

by National Youth Council Member Diya Quarantine is definitely a time for cleaning things out and getting organized. If you have found a surplus of dried out Crayola markers in one of your cabinets, do not throw them away just yet! Crayola has a great program where students can recycle their old markers back to […]

Staying Environmental During Quarantine

Written by National Youth Council Member Diya With the onset of COVID-19 and most states imposing stay at home orders on their residents, it can sometimes be hard to find activities to occupy your time. It may feel like it is impossible to make a positive impact on the world around you while cooped up […]

New Year, New Me! Challenge

As a way to help you live greener this year, the National Youth Council has created a challenge calendar for the month of February!!! Try and see how many challenges you can accomplish!! Make sure to post pictures of you and your friends in action, making sure to tag us at @projectgreenschools on Instagram. If […]