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Two street signs that read policy and procedure.The Cumberland County School Board recognizes that embedded in our commitment to provide an excellent academic experience for all students is the responsibility of the school community to be stewards of the environment, appreciating and understanding the flow of resources that sustain us, and ways in which we can minimize the impact of our activities on our environment. Supporting environmentally “Green” initiatives and creating a culture of sustainability afford us opportunities to achieve integration among North Carolina’s curriculum, values, and education mission. In addition, these practices foster sound financial management decisions. Policy Code: 6530 Resource Conservation

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Published by Gloria Lengel on July 23, 2017

        


Green street signs that read Policy and ProcedureRegulations related to Waste Reduction and Recycling and Energy and Water Conservation meet the objectives of the Cumberland County Schools Go “Green” Initiative action plan and are supported and validated through our partnership with Sustainable Sandhills. Policy Code: 6530-R Resource Conservation

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Published by Gloria Lengel on July 17, 2017

        


Photo of the Invitation for Schools to Earth DaySponsored by Cumberland County Go Green Initiative, Sustainable Sandhills
Hosted by Cape Fear Botanical Garden

The public is cordially invited to join the Celebration on the afternoon of Tuesday, April 25 from 2-5 pm.  
Cape Fear Botanical Garden’s Entry fees have been waived for this event. 

 


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Published by Gloria Lengel on May 29, 2017

        


environmental newspaperOur newsletters are chocked full of great links and resources for Going Green at your school.

 


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Published by Gloria Lengel on March 29, 2017

        


Image of Documentary: Addicted to PlasticMust See Environmental Films of our partner Sustainable Sandhills and the  2017 Environmental Film Festival.

 

 

 


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Published by Gloria Lengel on March 29, 2017

        


 

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Published by Gloria Lengel on March 16, 2017

        


Go Green Initiative Program Coordinator Gloria Lengel presents Dr. Till with the award plaque

Cliffdale Elementary was Cumberland County’s first Green School of the Year.  Cumberland County Schools Go GREEN Initiative was awarded The Green Apple as an outstanding sustainable educational system in NC.  Also, we have included those schools who won monetary rewards as a result of incentive savings through the last year.

 

 

 


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Published by Gloria Lengel on November 21, 2016

        


Image of First Place Massey Hill Classical High Raven BBelow are the student entries from the 2010, 2011, and 2012 Annual Energy Conservation Post Art and Slogan Contest sponsored by Cumberland County Schools’ Go Green Initiative. 

 

 

 

 

 


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Published by Gloria Lengel on November 20, 2016

        


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Published by Gloria Lengel on December 15, 2015

        


1st Place Christian Scott, 9th Grade Terry Sanford High School

We are proud to present our 2014 Energy Action and Conservation Art Poster and Slogan Contest Winners.

 

 

 


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Published by Gloria Lengel on November 3, 2015

        


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