Teachers interested in participating in GREEN for the current school year must REGISTER HERE to hold your place in the program.
Participation in the program requires a commitment to take students to a local stream, to submit a student poster upon completion, and to enter data on the GREEN website and return materials by the end of the school year.
*Attendance at 1.5 days of training is required for all new teachers. Registration for training workshops can be found below.
To register for participation in the program this year, you will need:
- Contact information for all teachers and the school administrator
- Approximate number of students and number of class sections
- Approximate place/stream you plan to sample at (click here for a map of current sites or note longitude/latitude of your intended site)
- Mentor objectives
- Approximate number of students you intend to take to the May 28, 2020 Student Summit (20 max).
To view in your browser: Click here
For a printable version, Click Here
Water Quality Testing Window(s):
Fall 2019: Sept 30 – October 11
Spring 2020 – April 27 – May 12
Professional Development Days*:
Chemistry Testing Training and Review:
February 11, 2020
4PM – 7PM
Teacher/Mentor Program Training:
February 13, 2020
8AM – 3PM
Location Davis Education Center
PROGRAM TRAINING (Part 2) REGISTRATION
*All new teachers are required to attend both PD dates to participate in GREEN. Both dates are also a prerequisite for new science teachers wishing to participate in the Flint River Green Bridges program.
Thursday May 28, 2020 at Kettering University
300 students from 13 schools across the Flint River Watershed joined together at Kettering University on May 30th to share their Flint River GREEN water quality data and explore careers in environmental fields! Special thanks to the GREEN committee, Flint River Watershed Coalition staff, and Kettering University for helping to make this the best year yet!