Earth Week Highlights: Tuesday, May 25th, Water Day!


Earth Week Highlights: Water!


The DPSCD Go Green Challenge Earth Week Celebration stayed strong with important water conservation activities today! Below are some of the activities that took place today at participating schools.
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Munger Elementary


The Green Team students at Munger Elementary celebrated Earth Week early, holding their own celebration the week before Spring Break! The Munger staff wore unified Earth Day shirts, students made morning announcements with Earth Day facts, Lowes provided them with $240.00 worth of free outdoor plants and classes signed up to participate in outdoor events. The Munger main lobby was filled with over 90 water bottles which had new labels designed by the 8th grade classes based on water conservation and colorful banners, posters, pennants and recyclable projects filled Munger hallways!  Students also cleaned out their 12 garden beds to prepare for their community garden. The Munger Green Team finished off the week with an outdoor Earth Day parade led by Principal Burroughs as students walked around the school grounds with their posters and pennants to celebrate our beautiful planet Earth! Go Munger!

Mark Twain Elementary


The Green Team at Mark Twain did a lesson on water filtration today to understand how water is treated and cleaned!

Dixon Elementary


The Dixon Green Team conducted a soil pH test to prepare for gardening projects and started working on the Rainbow Plates Challenge!

Ann Arbor Trail


The Ann Arbor Trail Green Team did an activity called “The Story of Bottled Water.” The team also talked about advertising. They then used the some advertising tactics to make their own ads for drinking tap water!

Burton International

Burton International celebrated Water Day in a big way by doing both a full school water audit and by doing a water filtration experiment with their Green Team!

Carver STEM Academy

The Carver STEM Academy Green Team helped reduce their school’s water consumption by performing a school water audit to look for leaks in their water fixtures!




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