Friends School Sustainability Survey

October 2015, download

Friends School Sustainability Survey

View the file: FriendsSchoolSurvey2015.FINAL DECEMBER 2015

Sustainability Starts with Us Now

October 7, 2015, download

For CFO's, Business and Facility Managers and other school stakeholders

Delaware Valley Friends School
Highlights of Presentations with contact and resources
View the file: Sustainability Begins With UsFinal-2

Friends Environmental Education Network (FEEN)

Friends schools have a special obligation to include environmental education in their programs in order to promote a sustainable future for all life. Our students should learn how they can best understand, preserve, and restore the natural processes, resources, and beauty so vital to the earth and to humankind's physical and spiritual health.


friendscouncil.net

FEEN Group for sharing ideas and resources for environmental education in Friends schools.

friendscouncil.NET is an educational networking platform which includes discussion boards, videos, groups, personal comment walls, and friend connections. We've created an open group for each of our peer networks. It is our hope that these online dimensions will strengthen the network of support and collaboration across Friends education. Membership is required.

Go to www.friendscouncil.net to join the Friends Environmental Education Network (FEEN) group.


Statement of Purpose

Drafted by the Friends Environmental Education Network

Click here to view the statement


2013 FEEN Minute

Click here to view the minute

Toxins in School Environments

Squeaky Clean??

Toxic Schools: Are your cleaning and pest management practices safe for students and the environment?

Westtown convened a workshop on February 2, 2006 on the topic of toxins in the school environment. Schools use products in their cleaning and pest management practices which often contain toxic chemicals. Indoor air quality is a major concern. Increases in asthma, other respiratory illnesses, allergies and longer term risks for cancer and immunodeficiency diseases are common. How can schools provide a clean, healthy, pest-free environment and not put students at risk?

Find related links and Downloadable Resources from February 2006 workshop below.

Environmental Exposures to Toxins: Reasons for Concern

View the file: Greenflag IPM l…for concern

Green Flag Web Resource List on Integrated Pest Management

View the file: GreenFlag web IPMresources

Article: Growing up on pesticides

View the file: GREN FLAG Growi…c chemicals

Beyond Pesticides website & info

View the file: GreenFlagBeyond Pesticides

Westtown School Green Flag Program & Resources

Be part of the Green Flag Program for Schools

Westtown School, as a participant in the Friends Environmental Educators Network, hosted a regional orientation to the Green Flag Program in June 2005. Green Flag orientation packets were made available at the 2005 October Heads of school gathering. This message board will contain information and downloadable documents about the areas addressed by the Green Flag Program and other topics related to greening Friends schools, for the benefit of participating schools near and far.

21st Century 3Rs

View the file: Report-RecyclingWkshop

About the Green Flag Program

View the file: AboutGreenFlag

Green Flag Survey

View the file: Green Flag survey

Office Supply Guide

View the file: Office Paper Re…cling Guide

Quaker Schools & the Environment, Reflections and Queries

View the file: Quakerschoolenvironment

Why Recycling is Good

View the file: Why Recycling is Good

 

Stewardship & Sustainability Archive