moderated by Mrs. Schwartz
Students who join the Ecology Club show an interest in preserving the environment. Through their actions at school, at home, and in their community, they take small steps towards conservation and preservation of resources.
They are committed to protecting the Earth by promising to reduce, reuse, and recycle. As stewards of the environment, club members help to increase awareness and attempt to reduce the school's carbon footprint.
One small change can make a huge difference.
Interested in joining Ecology Club?
See Mrs. Schwartz in room 220.
Club Officers 2014-2015
President - Samuel Tarasewicz
Vice-President - Melanie Rohla
Sec/Treas - Brittany Pham
Public Relations - Kati Young
Projects Ecology Club works on throughout the school year:
--volunteer at SCARCE making super crayons for special needs kids out of old broken ones and sorting through books from the book rescue
--volunteer to work the electronics event in Lisle every 3rd Saturday collecting e-waste from residents
--promote Energy Action Days on PLC Wednesdays reminding teachers to turn off lights and use electricity sparingly
--paper recycling in classrooms and offices
--fall and spring gym shoe drives in partnership with Nike's Reuse-A-Shoe program
--fall, winter, and spring chip bag competitions
--lunch recycling for TerraCycle
--participation in America Recycles Day in November
--collect christmas and all-occasion cards for St. Jude's
--collect old strands of holiday lights for proper recycling
--made recycled paper valentines during lunch periods on February 14th
--celebration of Earth Hour in March
--plant trees on the high school campus for Earth and Arbor Day
--participation in the DuPage River Sweep
--assist with the end-of-year locker clean out to reuse and recycle unwanted school supplies
Forget to come to a meeting? Want to know what events are planned for next month? Join the Lisle HS Ecology Club's Facebook Group. Contact an officer for more details.
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