The Classroom Energy Diet Challenge

Up-Cycle Competition for Hampton High School

This year for Earth Day Hampton High School students were challenged to an Up-Cycle Competition.

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Hampton High School Seed Swap

On April 15th Hampton High School hosted the first ever community seed swap for the Town of Hampton.

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Food and your carbon footprint

The farther food needs to travel before it ends up on your plate, the bigger its carbon footprint.

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Certificate

Print out this certificate to recognize and award your students for their hard work this year.

Track your challenges

Print out this poster to help your class keep track of all their completed challenges or contact us at [email protected] and we will mail one to you.

Student Work

Chemistry

Uploaded on 13 March 2017

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Before lunch

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PSc

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Up-Cycle Competition for Hampton High School

Ms. Myers environmental group

Uploaded on 25 April 2017

This year for Earth Day Hampton High School students were challenged to an Up-Cycle Competition.

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Hampton High School Seed Swap

Mrs. Myers’ Foundations of Math 111

Uploaded on 25 April 2017

On April 15th Hampton High School hosted the first ever community seed swap for the Town of Hampton.

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Food and your carbon footprint

Tanya Kirnishni

Uploaded on 25 April 2017

The farther food needs to travel before it ends up on your plate, the bigger its carbon footprint.

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Litterati: an app for cleaning up the planet

Tanya Kirnishni

Uploaded on 17 April 2017

As of today, more than 340,000 pieces of litter have been collected by a community of people from over 100 countries. The way the app works is simple — you find a piece of litter, you photograph it, you tag what it is, and you throw it out or recycle.

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A new way to reuse those plastic bags

Classroom TMG

Uploaded on 3 April 2017

Mrs. Mounsey-Guglletti and her students realized that their local community grocery store gave out great grocery bags that were easy to reuse and was made from a more environmentally friendly plastic.

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