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Parents we are so glad you are here.

We have seen many of your unique ideas to empower your school to go green.

The passion within so many of you has created no idling campaigns, encouraged food recovery programs, green weeks, letter writing campaigns, gardening/composting, designed posters for walk to school and litter-less lunch days, and so much more!

For those wanting a list to know where to start, click on the Green Team Leader Checklist to assist you as you map out your way.

Don’t forget to encourage your school and PTO to use the SMART event guide to lessen waste, and check in with the school (PTO or principal) to make sure that sustainability is woven into your school’s School Improvement Plans. Please ensure that the communications/newsletter person for your PTO is receiving Wellesley Green School’s monthly tips for their newsletters, and consider earth-friendly school fundraisers. There are school supply lists, as well as end of year locker clean out info here for you to use and share/try out with your community. Here is the No Idling Tent Card for you to use at your school too! Borrow one of our beverage dispensers for your events (from small PTO or teachers meetings to big events) by emailing info@sustainablewellesley.com.

Thank you for joining us as we help the community learn environmental responsibility through various recycling, waste reduction and other earth friendly initiatives.

As always, please share your ideas and suggestions.

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Wellesley Green Schools is a collaborative group of students, parents and staff working together to reduce the schools’ ecological footprint and inspire them to be ecologically minded citizens.

Watch this video, created by high school students, for lots of inspiration and to get a glimpse of what is happening here in Wellesley.

Our goal is to inspire students to create a healthy sustainable world. Together, we help Wellesley school students learn environmental responsibility through various waste and energy reduction, and other earth friendly initiatives. This in turn helps create healthy, sustainable, schools and community.Interested in joining the fun? We have parent volunteers all over town. Just email us at info@sustainablewellesley.com to learn about our next meeting or what is happening in your schools.

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Are you a teacher, family or parent interested in making your school or classroom more sustainable?

From getting your classroom green certified to specific room tips, idling information, food recovery programs, or end of year up cycling options, we have it all. Click on the green word above that describes you, and check out the variety of resources we have. We are confident that when you look at your daily activities through “green colored glasses,” you will be inspired to be kinder to our planet.

This year the team is focusing on 5 major areas:

1.) Recycling/Waste – work with NRC/SEC on waste reduction issues on playgrounds, recycling, and composting considerations

2.) Transportation – look at reducing traffic, increasing walk/biking options and less idling

3.) Environmental Curriculum and Curriculum Enhancements

4.) Grant writing

5.) Communication

If you are interested in getting more involved in one of these areas and/or you know of others that you think would like to work on one or several of these initiatives, please contact the green team leader at your school or kelly.caiazzo@gmail.com.

Thank for working to help Wellesley students learn environmental responsibility through various recycling, waste reduction, and other earth-friendly initiatives.

Click here for a LOT of inspiration from students.

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