Michigan Green Schools

Michigan Green Schools is a non-profit 501(c)3 agency dedicated to assisting all Michigan schools – public and private – achieve environmental goals which include protecting the air, land, water and animals of our state along with world outreach through good ecological practices and the teaching of educational stewardship of students pre-kindergarten through senior high school.

Schools can achieve Michigan Green School Status by earning 10 Green School Points during the school year. A school may achieve more than 10 points during the school year to earn additional honors, the Emerald Award is given to schools with 15 points and the Evergreen Award to the schools who achieve 20 points.

For more information, please contact Chris Hewitt, the Clinton County Education Coordinator at (989) 224-5177 or visit the Michigan green Schools website at http://www.michigangreenschools.us/

2018-2019  Clinton County Award Winners:
DeWitt Middle School (click here for see what they did to earn the award!)
DeWitt High School 


Past Winners
2017-2018
Herbison Woods School
DeWitt High School 

2016-2017
Herbison Woods School


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