Every day the Green Team students do multiple different assignments and tasks to help improve the schools environment. Some of their tasks can range from cleaning, putting up signs, to planning out raffle sales for raising money.
Recently, the Green Team started a new project that involves composting. They ordered compost which is now mulch. This mulch will be put on the high school campus and the edible garden. Using compost in a garden enhances the growth of the plants.
On Thursday April 3rd, the freshmen class did a resonance lab in physics teacher Deb Nolan’s class. The student’s goals were to complete the worksheet by finding the frequency of the tube. A tuning fork was used to help find the frequency. Students also had to find the wavelength.
Twice a year the high school advisory program hosts Workshop Wednesday. Workshop Wednesday consists of multiple workshops in which students can learn a new skill. Workshops range from riding horses, to archery, to skincare and cooking. Foreign language teacher Erin Fortunato hosted the creative cooking workshop. The creative cooking workshop made three different meals which were chicken stir fry, bean burritos, and a chicken dish mixed with vegetables and quinoa.
Every day the Green Team interns work through out the building helping not only the schools environment, but also the environment in general. Their jobs can consist of working in the back room of the library sorting chip bags, mixing compost water for watering plants, and supervising the lunch recycling system in the dining hall.