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Green Schools Program

2016-2017 Program Schools

The Recyclebank Green Schools Program is designed to promote environmental education by turning great ideas into actions. Projects are funded by Recyclebank members, who donate their points to participating schools’ Green Schools campaigns. Those donated points then turn into funding from Recyclebank. 

Points donation period: January 9, 2017—March 15, 2017

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Bache-Martin Elementary Water Station & reusable water bottles 
C.W. Henry School  Single-stream recycling program 
E.M. Stanton School  Compost Program 
George McCall School  Outdoor Classroom 
George W. Nebinger Elementary  Water Station & reusable water bottles 
G.W. Carver H.S. of Engineering & Science  Greenhouse construction 
Germantown Friends School  Aquaponics System 
Green Woods Charter School*  Outdoor Classroom 
Independence Charter School  Reusable Bag Project 
Inquiry Charter School  Recycling Program 
John B. Kelly Elementary  Outdoor Classroom 
John Story Jenks Academy for Arts & Sciences  Compost Program 
Jubilee School  Garden expansion & Outdoor Classroom 
Overbrook Educational Center*  Vertical Sensory Garden 
Roman Catholic H.S.*  Storm Water Management 
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy  Water Station & reusable water bottles 
The Waldorf School of Philadelphia  Compost Program 
Thomas May Peirce Elementary*  Anti-Litter & Recycling Program 
W.B. Saul H.S. of Agricultural Sciences  Horse Manure Composting Program 
Willard Elementary  Recycling Program 
William Cramp Elementary*  Outdoor Classroom 
William M. Meredith School*  Outdoor Classroom