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Over $20, 000 in Prizes Awarded  to Schools, Students, and Teachers for Sustainability 

The Second Annual P3 Eco-Challenge Awards Ceremony recognizing and rewarding schools, teachers, students, administrators, and volunteers for their efforts to implement environmentally sustainable measures and green initiatives within their schools and communities was held on May 14, 2014 at Long Key Nature Center in Davie. Over $20,000 in cash and in-kind prizes including Nook e-readers, classroom programs and other educational resources, along with certificates and trophies were awarded to students, teachers, administrators, volunteers and schools for their environmental stewardship activities by Broward County  P3 Eco-Challenge Committee members and School Board member Ann Murray. New River Middle School received a check for $2,000 as the overall winner.

The Broward P3 (Preserving Our Planet for Posterity) Eco-Challenge Awards is a joint effort between the School Board of Broward County, Broward County’s Natural Resources Planning (continued on page 2)

 

 New River Middle School    The school received a $2,000 check presented by School Board Member Ann Murray (left).
 New River Middle School

New River Middle School Marine Science Magnet Program in Fort Lauderdale was recognized as the  2014 P3 Eco-Challenge Overall School Winner. The school received a $2,000 check presented by School Board Member Ann Murray (left).