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Newsletter January 2014 - pg. 7

 

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P3Second Annual
P3 Eco-Challenge
Preserving Our Planet for Posterity
stem.browardschools.com/p3 

Who:
Broward County Public Schools, Administrators, Teachers, Students and Volunteers.

What:
The second annual Broward P3 Eco-Challenge Awards!

P3 School Challenge - BCPS traditional schools that demonstrate participation in or implementation of different sustainability metrics based on a rubric composed of 6 comprehensive categories: School Grounds Enhancement School Sustainability. Curriculum Integration, Community Involvement, Administrative Support, and Innovation. Schools may apply to all categories or any individual category.

Environmental Stewardship Recognition - Recognizes and rewards top BCPS teachers, students, administrators, and volunteers who show evidence of promoting civic responsibility, environmental stewardship, and education of environmental issues.

How to Apply:
Online applications available February 3 - March 31, 2014
Eligibility, rules and downloadable documents at stem.browardschools.com/p3.

Contact:
STEM and Instructional Resources Department
Instruction and Interventions Division
754-321-2620 or via email at
p3challenge@browardschools.com.

The Broward P3 Eco-Challenge initiative is a multi-divisional and organizational effort among the STEM and Instructional Resources Department of Instruction and Interventions Division, Physical Plant Operations Division, and Information & Technology Department of BCPS, and their partners, Broward County National Resources Planning and Management Division and the Environmental Education Council of Broward County.

2012 - 2013 Winners
 

Awards:
$2,000 - Top school
$500 - Top teachers
eReaders - Winning students and so much more!

When:
P3 Eco-Challenge Awards
Ceremony May 2014
Long Key Nature Center
Davie, FL
(Invitation Only)

 Jack Vesey, Westglades Middle School Principal (R).

 

 

 

Jack Vesey, Westglades Middle School Principal (R).


(L-R) Jetty Porter, Robert Runcie, Julia Severance, Ann Murry and Andre Lindsay
(L-R) Jetty Porter (Margate Elementary School), Superintendent Robert Runcie, Julia Severance (Westpine Middle School). School board Member Ann Murray (District 1), Andre Lindsay (South Plantation High School).

 
 Jerilyn Habenicht (center) from Pioneer Middle with her students.
Jerilyn Habenicht (center) from Pioneer Middle with her students.
Silver Ridge Elementary (Overall Elementary School Winner) students recycling properly.
Silver Ridge Elementary (Overall Elementary School Winner) students recycling properly.

Driftwood Middle (Overall Middle School Winner) students engaged in an environmental wellness lesson.
Driftwood Middle (Overall Middle School Winner) students engaged in an environmental wellness lesson.

 
 Pam Krauss - South Plantation High School
Pam Krauss
South Plantation
High School
  Keri Porter - Wingate Oaks Center
Keri Porter
Wingate Oaks Center
   

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