The Green Team wants to grow!!!!!
If you want to be part of the Green Team join the Green Team Google Classroom. The code is ushr23. All the information you need about meetings, etc... will be on the Google Classroom.
Our Leadership Team
Scholars' Academy Recycles!
Take a second to properly use the garbage bins. The planet Earth THANKS you!
The Green Team is working hard to ensure that all rooms/offices have the cans needed to recycle. Signs and informational presentations will come next.
SCHOLARS' SAYS THANK YOU!!
Thank you Councilman Eric Ulrich for providing a grant partnership with the Queens Botanical Garden and our Student Garden Club, led by the science teacher, Jonathan Bradley. Thanks to this joint partnership supported by our active and tenacious City Councilman Eric Ulrich, our garden is finally back to life after being destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. See it’s beauty in this very short slide show.
The Scholars' Gardening club would like to thank the Queens Botanical Garden for planning activities that allow us to further develop our very own garden with fruits and vegetables, make delicious hummus, and learn more about seeds and how to grow them.
6th grade STEM classes have been busy working in our garden. We just harvested some crops, planted daffodil bulbs, and put down wood chips to improve soil quality.
ARCHIVE (Past Events)
Excellent Recycling Behavior Acknowledgement System
The Green Team are starting an acknowledgement system to promote and encourage good recycling behaviors among homerooms.
Charts have been placed on the majority of the room doors on the 1st and 2nd floor. HS will be participating soon.
Stickers will be placed on the charts daily.
Green: All three bins have the correct materials in them and are in the correct location.
Yellow: Almost all good. But one or two items could be in the wrong bin, or the bins are not in the assigned location.
Red: All three bins have the wrong materials in them or the bins and signage have been moved.
Every Monday a new chart will be put up.
The Acknowledgements for the great recycling behavior will come soon. Below are some ideas.
Recognition on the Tuesday morning message
A planned extra recess in the yard on a Wednesday, period 5, or another suitable period (Mr. Bradley will supervise). Mr. Bradley will coordinate with the homeroom to sort a day/period that works (taking into account exams, advisory, etc....).
OR a Dress Down day
Per Marking Period
A Recycling Class [Fun] Trip (planned by Mr. Bradley).
We are collecting plastic caps
Parents, Students and Staff,
We are collecting plastic caps and are going to have them turned into a garden bench.
It's not just bottle caps, it can be ANY cap made from plastic. For example, butter container caps or baby food caps.
There is a large blue collection container in the school cafeteria. Just send/or take in the caps and drop them off.
Spread the word! Tell grandma, uncle Bob, tell everyone. We will take all plastic caps.
We are always looking for ways to live "Green". This is a way for our school community to practice Green Living.
Thanks in advance for your participation!!
The Scholars' Academy Green Team
We Want Your Trash
Parents/Caregivers and Students,
We want some of you trash! In STEAM class we have been discussing how reducing the amount of trash going to landfills is one way to help the environment.
To model this, we are going to collect certain trash, organize it, and reuse the materials in school.
The trash flyer linked below details what we will be collecting. ONLY items listed on the flyer will be collected at this time.
Just send the items to school with your kid and they can drop them off in my room.
The materials will be used in the 7th grade engineering STEAM class to construct, art classes to create, 8th grade STEAM media class as props, and the math and science classes for hands on activities.
Thank you in advance for considering your participation.
6th Grade STEAM Teacher and Scholars' Sustainability Coordinator
Recycle Your Pumpkins
The Scholars' Green Team want your pumpkins!!!! We will chop them up and add them to our compost pile. This will reduce the amount of waste going to landfills. You can send them in with your kid or drop them at the garden gates at the corner of Beach Channel Drive and 104th St.