Welcome to the second installment of a two part series highlighting environmentally friendly companies that your school can work with. …
Welcome to the first of a two part series where we highlight companies who are helping make the world a …
Looking to save money while easily obtaining quality green services or products for your school? The Green Schools Alliance (GSA) …
The Board of Supervisors created the Green Leadership Awards Program as a partnership with local residents
Conserving energy while also helping Grades of Green inspire more kids to care for the environment?
The new school year is approaching and there’s no better time to go green!
Grades of Green Board Member and Director of the Water Program at the NRDC, Steve Fleischli, will speak on May 13th at the Hammer Museum at 7:30 on the threats to the world’s rivers and what we can do to protect them.
Hippo Works is offering free screenings of their film on climate, “Simon Says ‘Save The Climate!’” to schools.
Youth Corps student, Antonio, continues his campaign to have California adopt “No Idle Zone” legislation for passenger vehicles when they are waiting in the pick up line at schools.
The Green California Schools and Community Colleges Summit and Exposition comes to the Pasadena Convention Center on November 5-6.
Key to the Sea is Heal the Bay’s free marine environmental education program for teachers and elementary school children (K-5) in Los Angeles County.
The New Leaders Initiative at Earth Island Institute is on the look-out for amazing changemakers between the ages of 13-22 with bright ideas about how to care for our Planet and its inhabitants to apply for the Brower Youth Award for Environmental Leadership!
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A GREEN STUDENT LEADER? THEN APPLY NOW TO BE ON THE 2014-15 GRADES OF GREEN YOUTH CORPS
Grades of Green is currently accepting applications for its prestigious 2014-15 Youth Corps Student Leadership Program.
Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, California conducted a waste audit where students and the Grades of Green team went through one days worth of lunchtime trash and sorted what was actually trash and what could have been recycled.
The Green California Schools Summit, the largest annual event focused on sustainability programs in California schools, is coming to the Pasadena Convention Center on November 6-7.
USDA’s Farm to School program promotes increasing the number of schools and districts who source their foods more locally and …
James Mihaley, author of "You Can't Have My Planet But Take My Brother, Please," is offering to host a book reading to any Grades of Green schools that are interested, and all for free!
Grades of Green to Lead Panel on Green Cleaning in Schools at Green Schools National Conference – Register Now!
Grades of Green has been asked to speak on a panel about Green Cleaning Systems that impact student and staff health, attendance, and outcomes at the 2014 Green Schools National Conference!
On October 16th, KIWI magazine and the School Nutrition Association have partnered to host a day where parents will visit their children's school and have lunch with them in the cafeteria.
Earth Friendly Products will be partnering with Grades of Green schools to fundraise money for the school's PTA.
Grades of Green Youth Corps Students Kick off “Foam Free Fridays” in their Efforts to Reduce Polystyrene
Grades of Green Youth Corps students, Max and Reece Riley, are acting as catalysts of environmental change once again by kicking off “Foam Free Fridays” at Hermosa View and Hermosa Valley Schools.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has launched an ecoStudent Blog and is offering the opportunity for students to be the featured writers of the blog!
Interested in reducing climate change at your school? ClimateChangeLive has partnered with the National Wildlife Federation to host a series of free webinars.
Moms Advocating Sustainability and California Environmental Health Initiative Spearhead Pest Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) Opposition
In March 2011, the State of California began preparation of a statewide Pest Environmental Impact Report (PEIR).
Want to learn about greening your school? Come join Grades of Green at the 2012 Green California Schools Summit and Exposition at the Pasadena Convention Center on September 27 and 28, 2012.
Grades of Green is challenging schools to reduce their total lunchtime waste by encouraging students to pack trash free lunches and sort waste into recycle, compost and landfill bins.
We have an exciting opportunity to let you know about. Green Ribbon Schools is an award program that recognizes schools participating in activities that promote and encourage a healthy and environmentally friendly learning environment.
COME GET YOUR GREEN ON AT A GRADES OF GREEN ECO SALON AND BOOK SIGNING BY TERRY TAMMINEN JANUARY 8th
Grades of Green is excited to be hosting its first Eco Salon, a free event where guests can mingle and learn more about the work Grades of Green is doing to inspire and empower kids and the broader school community to care for the environment
Grades of Green has composed a list identifying the “Seven Worst” toxins found in schools and how children's exposure can be reduced.
Waste Management, in partnership with the City of Manhattan Beach and local company Go Green Lunch Box, has provided a reusable lunch box to each incoming first grader in the Manhattan Beach School District.
Looking for an eco-friendly fundraiser at your school?
Go Green Lunchbox, one of Grades of Green's sponsors, was featured on the Today Show.
Surfing America, the national governing body for the sport of surfing in the USA, announced today it will honor CJ Olivares, General Manager of Fuel TV and revered Board member of Grades of Green, with the second annual "Dick Baker Memorial Award."
Suzanne Kretschmer, co-founder of Grades of Green along with some outstanding students from the Manhattan Beach Unified School District were asked to lead a session at the Adventures in Sustainability Conference on how to get students involved in environmental education.
Grades of Green is so excited to have a new partner!