King County Green Schools Program recognizes 83 schools and two school districts

Congratulations to these 83 schools and two districts for educating students about conservation and taking action to reduce, reuse, recycle and otherwise protect our environment!

Sustaining Green School Districts 2017-18
Two districts were recognized for sustaining their waste reduction and recycling (Level One), energy conservation (Level Two), and water conservation (Level Three) practices, and for completing additional conservation actions.

  • Issaquah School District
  • Tahoma School District

Sustaining Green Schools 2017-18
Fifty-nine schools were recognized as Sustaining Green Schools for maintaining Level One, Two, and Three practices, and completing an additional conservation action or educational strategy.

Auburn School District

  • Ilalko Elementary School

    Ilalko-ES-Auburn Clean Sweep 2018 Group Photo

    Ilalko Elementary School Green Team

  • Lakeland Hills Elementary School
  • Lea Hill Elementary School
  • Olympic Middle School

Enumclaw School District

  •  Enumclaw Middle School
  • Westwood Elementary School

Federal Way Public Schools

  • Camelot Elementary School
  • Green Gables Elementary School
  • Olympic View Elementary School
  • Sequoyah Middle School

Highline School District

  • North Hill Elementary School

Issaquah School District

  • Apollo Elementary School
  • Beaver Lake Middle School
  • Briarwood Elementary School
  • Cascade Ridge Elementary School
  • Challenger Elementary School
  • Clark Elementary School
  • Creekside Elementary School
  • Discovery Elementary School
  • Endeavour Elementary School
  • Grand Ridge Elementary School
  • Issaquah High School
  •  Issaquah Middle School
  • Maywood Middle School
  • Newcastle Elementary School
  • Pine Lake Middle School
  • Sunny Hills Elementary School

    Crestwood-ES-GT Presentation

    Crestwood Elementary students

  • Sunset Elementary School

Kent School District

  • Crestwood Elementary School
  • Lake Youngs Elementary School

Lake Washington School District

  • Carl Sandburg Elementary/Discovery Elementary School

Mercer Island School District

  • Island Park Elementary School
  • Islander Middle School
  • Lakeridge Elementary School
  • Mercer Island High School
  • West Mercer Elementary School

Northshore School District

  • Secondary Academy for Success
  • Skyview Middle School

Renton School District

  • Tiffany Park Elementary School

Riverview School District

  • Carnation Elementary School

    North-Bend-ES-Green Team

    North Bend Elementary Green Team

Snoqualmie Valley School District

  • North Bend Elementary School
  • Snoqualmie Elementary School
  • Two Rivers School

Tahoma School District

  • Cedar River Elementary School
  • Glacier Park Elementary School
  • Lake Wilderness Elementary School
  • Maple View Middle School
  • Rock Creek Elementary School
  • Shadow Lake Elementary School
  • Summit Trail Middle School
  • Tahoma Elementary School
  • Tahoma Senior High School

Private schools

  • Chestnut Hill Academy (Bellevue)
  • King’s Elementary School (Shoreline)
  • King’s High School (Shoreline)
  • St. Luke School (Shoreline)
  • The Evergreen School (Shoreline)
  • The Jewish Day School (Bellevue)
  • The Overlake School (Redmond)

Level Three (water conservation and pollution prevention)
The following five schools maintained Level One and Two practices, and engaged students and employees in water conservation and pollution prevention actions.

Issaquah School District

  • Pacific Cascade Middle School
  • Skyline High School

Kent School District

  • Kent Elementary School

Mercer Island School District

  • Northwood Elementary School

Northshore School District

  • Leota Middle School

Level Two (energy conservation)
The following 10 schools maintained Level One waste reduction and recycling practices, and learned about and engaged in energy conservation actions.

Auburn School District

  • Alpac Elementary School
  • Dick Scobee Elementary School

Highline School District

  • Waskowitz Outdoor School

Lake Washington School District

  • Eastlake High School
  • Redmond High School
  • Tesla STEM High School

Mercer Island School District

  • Northwood Elementary School

Shoreline School District

  • Ridgecrest Elementary School

Vashon Island School District

  • Chautauqua Elementary School

Private school

  • Eastside Catholic School (Sammamish)

Level One (waste reduction and recycling)
The following 10 schools were recognized as King County Level One Green Schools for initiating or improving waste reduction and recycling practices.

Federal Way Public Schools

  • Kilo Middle School

Highline School District

  • Hilltop Elementary School

Kent School District

  • Park Orchard Elementary School

Lake Washington School District

  • Elizabeth Blackwell Elementary School
  • Lake Washington High School
  • Rachel Carson Elementary School

    Mount-Si-HS-Waste Audit

    Mount Si High School Green Team

Northshore School District

  • Canyon Park Middle School
  • North Creek High School

Snoqualmie Valley School District

  • Mount Si High School

Vashon Island School District

  • McMurray Middle School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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