Manchester Valley High School's "No Child Left Inside."

Sustainability Saturday: Good Work in Maryland

July 25, 2020 |

A Manchester Valley High School student participates in a native planting effort.

Manchester Valley High School: No Child Left Inside

Manchester, Maryland
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Manchester Valley High School’s sustainability initiatives won plaudits from the United States Department of Education with designation as a Green Ribbon School. The school received the recognition due to a myriad of sustainable practices such as participating in farm to school as well as growing food in a school garden for donation to local food pantries. They also have implemented the “No Child Left Inside” model, which encourages classes to utilize the school’s outdoor classroom space.

Read more about their projects here.

Manchester Valley High School

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