Keeping It Green for Schools
Give your students the opportunity to give back to their community and learn the value of volunteering by spreading mulch or raking leaves. Led by environmental educators, projects are located throughout the Park based on the school’s location.
Groups of up to 30 students with two or more chaperones. Advance registration required. Schools are limited to two sessions per school year. Grades K – 12.
Registration is now open for Spring 2016.
April - June: Thursdays
10:00 am – 11:30 am
June 9, and 30
To register for a Keeping it Green for Schools session, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include the following:
- Date(s) preferred
- School Name & Address
- Number of students
- Number of chaperones
- Expected means of transportation (walk, school bus, public transit)
Families interested in participating in a Keeping It Green session, click here.
Keeping it Green for Schools is made possible by First Republic Bank.
Youth Education & Service Programs are supported in part by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation; The Pinkerton Foundation; the Dr. Robert C. and Tina Sohn Foundation; William E. Weiss Foundation, Inc./Daryl Brown Uber; and The Barker Welfare Foundation.