The Classroom Energy Diet Challenge

Get to know the kindergarten to Grade 12 classrooms that are participating in the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge! Follow an individual classroom’s progress through their profile page starting February 3, 2020.

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By the Numbers

Watch the energy saving numbers climb as classrooms across Canada work to conserve energy in the 2020 Challenge!

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1,595 Hours of no power
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119,585 Litres of water saved
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13,236 Number of plastic bottles saved


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Classroom Updates

The Post-It Challenge was just completed by Kindergarten 104 - Grade of St. Andrews PS.

The Community Connections Challenge was just completed by Kindergarten 104 - Grade of St. Andrews PS.

The Do you really need it? Challenge was just completed by Mrs. Waldbauer's Grade 5 Class - Grade of Davison Elementary School.

The One Hour, No Power Challenge was just completed by Mrs. Waldbauer's Grade 5 Class - Grade of Davison Elementary School.

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Update on the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge (CEDC) in response to extended school closures

We are excited to announce the continuation of the CEDC! We understand that the extended school closures impose a few difficulties when it comes to continued participation in this program, and invite classrooms to channel their creativity and ingenuity to complete any outstanding challenges. Where possible, we will be maintaining the current structure, deadlines and prizing, and will be adapting the existing challenges to be more easily completed by members of the classroom who are self-isolating. If you are able to work safely and remotely to complete challenges with your students, please continue to submit your proof!

Thank you for your patience and understanding, and stay tuned for another update in the coming days.

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