I Go Green SLPS Challenge Pilot Program
Promoting energy and resource conservation awareness
The I Go Green SLPS Challenge Pilot Program is a voluntary, year-long competition for schools to promote recycling and reduce energy and water costs using project-based, hands-on STEM learning activities in sustainability.
The pilot program challenges schools to compete and earn points to win incentives—such as prizes and field trips—while making their schools greener and more sustainable. The I Go Green SLPS Challenge encourages students and staff to:
- Reduce consumption and cost.
- Stop the wasting of resources.
- Become better stewards of our environment.
The pilot schools participating in the I Go Green SLPS Challenge for the 2015-16 school year are:Elementary:
- Bryan Hill Elementary School
- Gateway MST Elementary School
- Gilkey Pamoja Preparatory Academy @ Cole
- Kennard Classical Junior Academy
- Patrick Henry Downtown Academy
- Mallinckrodt Academy of Gifted Instruction
- Mann Elementary School
- Mason School of Academic and Cultural Literacy
- Mullanphy Investigative Learning Center
- Stix Early Childhood Center
- Washington Montessori Elementary School
- Wilkinson Early Childhood Center
- Busch Middle School of Character
- Compton-Drew Investigative Learning Center
- McKinley Classical Junior Academy
- Central Visual and Performing Arts High School
- Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience
- Gateway STEM High School
- McKinley Classical Leadership Academy
- Metro Academic and Classical High School
- Nahed Chapman New American Academy
- Nottingham CAJT High School
- Vashon High School