Project Green 2016 to focus on water conservation
Orientation for parents, teachers and principals is October 13

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SCUSD’s ground-breaking Project Green initiative — a program that challenges students, families and staff to examine a school’s use of resources and suggest bond-funded improvements — will focus this year on water conservation.

“Water is a critical part of California’s way of life,” says Project Green Specialist Rachel King. “Our economy, our environment and our day-to-day lifestyle needs water to flourish. But our water supply is limited. We can help make the most of it by using water wisely every day.”

Learn more at Project Green Orientation 2016 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 13, at Leonardo da Vinci eK-8 School, 4701 Joaquin Way.

“Saving water is not hard,” King says. “We simply need to be smart about using what we have. Rethinking the way we use water – both indoors and outdoors – will help stretch our limited supplies and ensure water is there when we need it. Sign up to participate in Project Green 2016 and help your school conserve water!”

RSVP by Friday, October 9, by contacting King at (916) 822-1664 or Rachel-king@scusd.edu.

See flyer for more information.