Students at Windsor Secondary walk the perimeter of the track during an Earth Day clean-up initiative on Thursday, April 22, 2
Students at Windsor Secondary walk the perimeter of the track during an Earth Day clean-up initiative on Thursday, April 22. The school district has launched a community clean-up campaign this week that wraps up on May 31.
Below is an excerpt from an article by Ben Bengtson, North Shore News.
Students embark on cleanup challenge
Students across North Vancouver School District are taking part in a cleanup challenge just in time for Earth Day.
Led by Windsor Secondary’s Green Team, environmental clubs across the school district are being invited to pick up and track pieces of litter they clean up using an app from now until May 31.
All secondary students and their households are invited to take part in achieving the cleanup goal of 6,000 pieces of litter – with top contributors set to receive a prize.
Those interested are invited to download the Litterati app and use the code “SD44CLEAN” to participate, according to the school district.
A kickoff cleanup event for Windsor students is set for today.