Green Team Mission Statement
To promote institutional and personal environmental responsibility within the school community. As well as encourage practices consistent with sustainable living including but not limited to: conservation of resources, waste reduction and recycling, pollution prevention, increased reliance on renewable resources, and to recommend priorities for projects that may help the school district reduce its environmental impact.In the News.....Spring 2018E-Waste Collection at CRHS North on June 9, 2018Fall 2017E-Waste Collection at CRHS South On November 4th, 2017Fall 2016Green Strides in the news-select the link on the left to see highlights from the Green Strides visit to Council RockNorthampton Herald article about the Green Strides TourGreen Strides Tour-Wednesday, September 28th, 2:45 p.m.-4:15 p.m.Goodnoe Elementary SchoolApril 2015The Environmental Action Committee from Council Rock High School South spent Saturday, April 11th cleaning up local roadways through the Adopt a Highway Litter Control program.
March 2015Council Rock Receives $4M in Grants for 'Green' Schools
Council Rock School District Receives U.S.Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools District AwardClick on the image above to see some of the press and details about the award4/17/2014
CR Phillies Red Goes Green AwardCongratulationsto Gail Reinhart, a third grade teacher at Maureen M. Welch Elementary School. Gail was honored at the Phillies game on April 17th with their Red Goes Green Award for the many programs she offers in her classroom and for the Ecology Club at Maureen M. Welch Elementary School. Below is a photo of Gail accepting her award at Citizen’s Bank ParkGail Rinehart recognized at a Phillies Game on April 17th