Walk for Water


Today is World Water Day and to celebrate our community's commitment to clean water, the City of Bellingham held their 8th annual Walk for Water event just two days ago between the Fairhaven Village Green and Boulevard Park.  Along the path, a mixture of posters created by students  in our  Green Classroom Certification program  and signs with water facts were showcased. 

We're in 72 classrooms and counting and we'd thought you'd love to see what a group of our school kids created in honor of preserving water resources. Please check out the poster selections below. Your support makes it possible for us to educate tomorrow's leaders on the importance of protecting our water, air and the ecosystems on which we all depend. Thank you and enjoy the pics!

Haley Mountain 
Green Classroom Coordinator

GCCAbout Green Classroom Certification

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

The Steps
We'll walk you through each step of the program to ensure you have all the support you need to be effective and have fun. The four simple steps should only take about 1 month to complete.
    1. Host a Workshop
    2. Make a Pledge
    3. Complete an Action Projectactionproject
    4. Receive your Certificate!

The Benefits

Each workshop is grade level appropriate, engages the students, and encourages direct involvement and initiative in their own learning.

  • Zero cost
  • Minimal time commitment for teachers
  • Meets current state academic standards in Common Core ELA, Washington EALRS, and Next Generation Science
  • Receive 10 hours of free support from our Green Classroom Coordinator

The Topics
Each workshop includes the introduction and discussion of current environmental issues and encourages action through brainstorming possible solutions. See how each of our workshops can help you meet  Common Core and Science Standards  for your classroom.

Contact us to get started today. 

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