"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'
- Martin Luther King, Jr.

Dear Educators,

This month, we're busy planning our Squalicum Beach Cleanup to honor Martin Luther King, Jr., completing the last installment of our sustainability blog series, and preparing a presentation for Storming the Sound, an environmental education conference coming up on January 28th. Mark your calendars and join us for both events.

Can't wait to see you there,
Haley Mountain
Green Classroom Coordinator
360.733.8307 x100

MLK Day Beach Clean Up

Squalicum Beach Cleanup
Monday, January 18th
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Squalicum Beach Park, northeast of 2929 Roeder Ave ( map)
Free refreshments;  Open to all

Join the  Sustainable Schools  and  Clean Water teams  at Squalicum Beach Park for a beach cleanup in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. We will begin our cleanup at the park at 10:00 AM and will continue along the shore until noon; light refreshments and tools will be provided but please dress for the weather. All ages welcome!

Storming the Sound

Storming the Sound
Thursday, January 28th
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Maple Hall in LaConner, WA ( map)
$10 (Waiver Available)

Bring more environmental education to your students. Join teachers and environmental educators from the North Puget Sound area for a day-long conference and explore the exciting things happening with environmental education in our region. Hope to see you there!

Staff meeting Info Session: Green Ed Made Easy 

Gain a better understanding of how you, your students, and your school community can  take the next step in greener education . The Green Classroom Coordinator will give a quick program overview and be ready to answer all of your questions. 

Contact us at  schools@re-sources.org  or call (360) 733-8307 ext 100 to set up a staff presentation today. Read More.

A program to help teachers integrate conservation education into curriculum and initiate positive action in the classroom.    Read more.