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Over $10,000 in Cash Awarded to Schools, Students, and Teachers for Sustainability Efforts in First P3 Eco-Challenge
On May 15th, over $10,000 in cash, along with an additional $10,000 in prizes was awarded to Broward schools, teachers, students, and volunteers at the P3 Eco-Challenge Recognition Awards Ceremony held at Long Key Nature Center.
The Broward P3 (Preserving Our Planet for Posterity) Eco-Challenge is a joint effort between the School Board of Broward County, Broward County’s Natural Resources Planning and Management Division, and the Environmental Education Council.
The P3 Eco-Challenge entails demonstrating 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.
The P3 Eco Challenge Recognition Awards Ceremony recognizes and rewards schools, teachers, students, administrators, and volunteers for their efforts in addressing the challenge. (Continued on page 2)
|Staff and Administration from Driftwood Middle School in Hollywood, winners of the Middle School top prize, receive a $2,000 check from School Board Member Ann Murray (left) and Superintendent Robert Runcie (right). |
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