Green School Education

In February 2008, MACADEMY students presented Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke with a proposal for “Green School Education” for Grades K – 12. This document would provide an opportunity for students to become more aware of global warming, its effects and methods for its prevention and reduction. 

 

This proposal was introduced in the 110th Congress, it became bill H.R. 5902. On April 1st, 2009, students returned to Congress and had a round table discussion with Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke concerning the re- introduction of the bill H.R. 5902 in the 11th Congress. The Congresswoman advised us to expand our idea and include the Local, National and International communities. Since our meeting, we have connected with Sister Borgia Elementary School in the international arena and have successfully promoted and implemented a “Green School Education” in St. Maarten in September of 2009. ​

Upcoming Trips

 

• 2019- TBD

 

Past Trips

  • 2019- Ghana

  • 2018- Bahamas

  • 2016- St. Lucia

  • 2015- St. Lucia

  • 2014- Barbados

  • 2013 - Jamaica

  •  2012 - Bermuda

  •  2011 - St. Maarten & The Commonwealth of Dominica

  • 2009 - St. Maarten

2009 Trip to St. Maarten

(First Green School Education Trip)

 Green School Ambassador Trip to Ghana (2019)

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 Green School Ambassador Trip to the Bahamas (2018)

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St Lucia Green School Ambassador Trip (2016)

St Lucia Green School Ambassador Trip (2015)

Radio Show On Carribean Hotfm Courtesy Of Mr Partick Smith

2014 Green School Abassadors Trip To Barbados

Tyler Charles

Messiah McCall

Abindigo Bain

Chandler Zincke-Byer

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by MACADEMY School of Science and Technology. All rights reserved. Designed and edited by MACADEMY's Alumni Nathanyah Antoine, Messiah McCall, Laura Gonzales, Jonathan Barley, and Jayden Mckenzie.

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