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At CREECS we are thankful for our Earth. In that spirit we've given each student a set of reusable, bamboo cutlery at the Thanksgiving feast. They can keep them in their lunch boxes in replacement of plastic!
Our first big harvest of the season! Gords to decorate our Thanksgiving table and fresh lettuce and arugula for a big salad! Plus it's all organic! If you'd like a bag of lettuce mix to support our garden you can just send in $2 with your student and we'll send one home! Fresh picked and locally grown!!
Next time you're around campus, come check out our thankful tree!! All of our students have some great things to be thankful for!!
We love all creatures at CREECSs, especially if they eat mosquitoes!!
Salty dressed up as a CREECS student for Halloween... I'm sure she'll be asking everyone for treats all day too!!
We are trying to stop plastic from getting into the oceans by preventing kids at our school from using plastic bottles and bags! Look for some fun contests to get plastics out of our schools! #creecsbansplastic
Don’t forget to register for the Washington, DC trip! Explore our nation’s capital and enjoy the experience of a lifetime with your friends! WorldStrides still has money available to give to families to help pay for their trip! Don’t miss out! Here is information on FLAG Financial Assistance (free money!!) and the easy fundraising program, Gift of Education! T The deadline to sign up for the trip is Thursday November 1st It’s only a small initial $99 deposit to sign up. Then the remaining amount is spread out over the months leading up to the trip. Use Trip ID 167211 to sign up through one of three easy ways: online at worldstrides.com/signup, by phone at 800-468-5899, or by mail by completing the registration form included in your student invitation WorldStrides provides many helpful options to help you pay for your trip. Check these out: Click here for info on Gift of Education Fundraising Click here for info on FLAG Financial Assistance
Gave all our animals a little extra love yesterday. Going to be a long, wet day. Everybody stay dry!!
We made some awesome adaptations for our defenseless beanie babies on a rainy Wednesday in EE.
Somebody's trying to cut class.... Salty prefers the outdoor classes!
Our weekly creek sweeps trying to pick up trash at the boat landing and dock before it gets into Jeremy Creek #keepitclean #creecskids
Happy Friday from all the new "students" at CREECS this week!!
Our new animal protector has joined the school! This pup will live with our animals and make sure all the predators stay away at night. During the day she seems to love belly rubs!
We came back from the hurrication to find four of the eggs in our incubator have hatched!!! What should we name these chicks?!
Fun time for 4k and 1st grade meeting our resident critters... Monarchs and Maize the corn snake
Need fresh, free range chicken eggs? To help support our farm program 7th grade students will be selling our farm fresh chicken eggs for $4 per dozen! First come, first serve! To place an order email firstname.lastname@example.org and the eggs will be sent home as our chickens produce a full dozen, about every other day!
A little cross-grade collaboration! Out recycle teams empty the class recycling bins on Fridays so today in EE we're making some signs to let people know what go where!
Starting our 8th grade marine debris project with an easy trash pick-up around town. #keepitclean #creecs #servicelearning
Will chicken wrangling be on the test? #learningcomesnaturally #getoutside
Starting our waste free lunch competition. Students get points for having reusable items in their lunch boxes. Reusable soon instead of plastic, containers instead of Ziploc s, etc.! Help us make a difference and reduce our footprint on the Earth!