IASD Going Green Simultaneously Program
WHEREAS: Students in IASD are aware of trash laying around the school and around town,
WHEREAS: Students in IASD realize that we don’t recycle a lot at school, we just take it to the dump and burn it, and
WHEREAS: Students in IASD don’t really care any more about recycling
WHEREAS: Students in IASD recognizes that there is a lack of leadership to lead
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: by the student government of the Iditarod Area School District, that
We, the Iditarod Area School District Student Government Association believe that collectively as district students, we can make a positive change and be a model for the entire state if we:
- Show leadership in the area of recycling at each of our schools.
- Designate a time one hour per week, in which all schools simultaneously do something “green”
- Every school will have a report on what they are doing “green” at their school and will share it with the SGA at every meeting.
(gathering recycling materials, stomping cans, recycling paper, gathering ink/toner cartridges, picking up trash on school grounds or other designated area or creating something from trash, turning off the lights in the school for one hour, etc.)
James Rine, Chairperson, IASD SGA
November 8, 2011
Recommitted March 18, 2018