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Go Green Challenge

trophiesThe Go Green Challenge is a competition run each year in the Cambridge Public School District in partnership with the Department of Public Works (DPW). Every elementary classroom teacher receives a sheet to fill out with his or her students, indicating green actions they are taking together, such as recycling, having a plant in the classroom, or turning off lights when they’re not needed.

When this sheet is filled out, teachers hang it outside their classroom door. After the deadline, the number of sheets hanging in each school is tallied. The three schools with the highest percent participation win trophies made from recycled materials! Each class that participates receives pencils made from recycled newspaper.

Go Green Challenge 2019 Worksheet
The deadline is Friday, May 3. Leave completed sheets hanging through Friday, May 17.

Resources to help with some of the Challenge actions >>

THANK YOU to all the classrooms throughout the district that have participated. THANK YOU for all you do to teach and involve students in protecting natural resources.

Go Green at Home Challenge

Congratulations to Previous Winners
(awards began in 2016)

2018: Morse School, Peabody School, Tobin Montessori School
2017: Morse School, Tobin Montessori School, Fletcher Maynard Academy
2016: Morse School, Tobin Montessori School, Peabody School

Three Schools Receive Go Green Challenge Trophies (2017) >>
Morse School Wins Go Green Challenge (2016) >>

Photo: Winners of the Go Green Challenge receive a trophy made from recycled materials created by life-long Cambridge resident Bobby Brown.