Here's one of our big ideas; each class at Chapel Hill will be given a plant that can survive indoors to try and take care of. Each class will have to get in the habit of watering it and making sure it gets enough sunlight through the classroom window. At the end of this experiment, the class that took the best care of their plant will be given the platinum ball. This project is to make sure that students at our school will be encouraged to take care of plants, indoors and outdoors.
Today we are making liners, checked classrooms and worked on our brand new slideshow called "Caring for indoor plants" that Anjali is working on. Joselie is also making an announcement to tell all the classes that we are going to give them an indoor plant. We are also creating a new school trophy, called the Platinum Ball.
Today we are helping Mrs.Maw to paint a tree trunk out of a cardboard cylinder to crate a environmental tree for all seasons. Some kids are also putting stings on paper snowflakes to hang on the tree. Some students are making liners and some are doing checks.
This is the Environmental Club from Chapel Hill Catholic School in with more to help save the environment. There is a contest being held by Raw Materials for people with projects to help Mother Nature. Turns out, Chapel Hill Catholic School actually does have an idea. The idea, to give each class in our school a certain plant that can survive with little sunlight. At the end of the year, we will check which class has been taking responsibility of their plant by watering it. The winning class will get a gold-painted trophy with one of our golden balls on top. Hopefully, our school will win the $40 prize. This is the Environmental Club reporting from Capel Hill Catholic School.
Today we did checks, compost liners, and a slideshow that Anjali is organizing. The slideshow is about caring for indoor plants. After winter we are thinking about giving each class a plant to take care of. The plants are really small though and we are thinking of getting some that don't need much water or much sunlight like a cactus.
Entrepreneurs Kristy and Emma from the environmental club at Chapel Hill Catholic School have made a lemonade stand to raise money for the Piping Plover, an endangered bird species that are supposed to live on the beaches, but because of all the construction on the beaches, the Piping Plovers' habitat is being destroyed! Emma and Kristy did an amazing job at the lemonade stand raising approximately $60 just for the Piping Plover!