Mission

SEA logoSEA focuses on improving environmental awareness within the high school. We help coordinate recycling of paper and cans, remove invasive plants from the school, and encourage all who care about the future of their environment to join.

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Club Advisor Mrs. Janet Kresl-Moffat
Club Officers:

Chloe Jeniski and Max Tomczak

What’s New?

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  • One of things we are working on this year is partnering with the cafeteria to grow some lettuce.
  • This year, SEA students were a part of the math/science night at Woodland School with a presentation on recycled bottles and another on composting.
  •  SEA students have been working with the cafeteria to pick up the leftovers from food preparation for composting.  We have a worm composter going in the green house and a more traditional composter outside.
  • Students are working on recycling plastic bags at the Weston transfer station, lobbying their state legislator on climate change bills, assisting in growing lettuce in the high school greenhouse for the cafeteria, and an art exhibit with the Cambridge School in Weston focusing on sustainability.
  •  We have been making students aware of environmental concerns on the planet with our SEA banner displayed and are working on a display to get students to use more reusable.  We had students sign a petition for replacing water fountains with hydration stations.