Planning for Earth Day

March 2012
American School & University;Mar2012, Vol. 84 Issue 7, p42
The article presents author's views on planning for the celebration of Earth Day at schools in the U.S. As stated, Earth Day can be an opportunity to build awareness among students, parents, and staff of the important contributions and successes of the custodial and facilities department. He suggests that schools should make it easy to showcase contributions with a simple assessment of activities taking place in the district or on campus.


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