Do you care about the environment? Would you like to be a part of the team that helps to make our school and community green? Join the Green Team!
The 2018-2019 Green team starts Monday, September 17th! Meet in Ms. Ealey's room, A2 after school
BLMS Green Schools Representative:
Ms. Ealey firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Team Info
Green Team Officers
Green Team News
Thank you to all that helped us reach our goals this year!
It's official! Beaver Lake Middle School is a Level 3 King County Green School! The Green Team has been working hard all year to achieve this goal, and couldn't have done it without the students and staff of BLMS, and our community partners. Thanks to everyone who helped us get there!
We've been busy this year! Here are some pictures that show what we've been up to.
We removed invasive species from Lake Sammamish State Park (above)
We tested the water quality at Beaver Lake Park
We toured the Salmon Hatchery to learn about how pollution affects local species.
We removed invasive English Ivy from the BLMS campus to save our evergreen trees.
We taught our fellow students how to recycle and compost properly.
We installed decals on storm drains to remind our community about the importance of keeping toxic chemicals out of our stromwater system.
We made seed balls so that we could spread some green and beauty to our community.
Students set goals for the year, and then prioritized those goals.
At our first meeting, students discussed what they could contribute to the Green Team, as well as BLMS. Students traced their hands and and wrote down their contributions on a Green Team poster.
Energy Conservation Facts
Fast Facts about Waste Reduction and Recycling
Food Waste Facts
Info on Waste Free Lunches
Began Participating in the Green Schools Program: June 2009
Level One of the Green Schools Program: Achieved in April 2010
Level Two of the Green Schools Program: Achieved in June 2015 Click here to learn more!
Level Three of the Green Schools Program: Achieved in June 2017
Beaver Lake met its 2014-15 goal to achieve Green Schools Level 2 status on June 3, 2015!
BLMS joins schools from 33 cities and 15 school districts across King County to engage students and employees in conservation practices that cut waste, increase recycling and conserve water and energy with the Green Schools Program. Click here to learn more!
Waste Free Wednesday Challenge
All Schools in the Issaquah School District are committing to cutting cafeteria waste through waste reduction, composting and recycling.