Class helps build community garden! :  Students in Mme Wright's Grade 3 FI class are some of several students helping the Coniston Community Garden this season.   
 
SCS Home > Schools > Environmental Education

The Sudbury Catholic District School Board supports, promotes and practices programs for students and staff that foster stewardship of the earth and the wise use of resources. Current focus includes real time and historical monitoring of energy consumption, energy conservation projects, outdoor and environmental education and recognition of school and student green initiatives.

View the Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan

 



In an ongoing effort to make our schools more energy efficient, Sudbury Catholic Schools have begun integrating Smart metering systems engineered by leading power technology companies Triacta and CARMA Industries. The Smart metering systems are installed in six schools and gather and relay data about energy use in real time, allowing Facility Services to monitor, evaluate and correct high consumption issues as they arise, and students and teachers to use the data as teaching and demonstration tools. All of the data is collected and posted in 1 hour intervals, which allows users to track variations immediately, as they initiate changes.

See St. Francis Live Consumption Data


 



  
•  Life Skills Students at St. Benedict
•  St. James students care for baby chicks in their classrooms!
•  Students at St. James put a focus on the planet to celebrate Earth Day!
•  Immaculate Conception students do their part to keep the environment clean and green!
•  St. David School Students Plant 50 Evergreen Trees on New School Site
•  Earth Day Meets Math at St. Charles College
•  St. David School Celebrates Earth Day 2016
•  Sudbury Catholic Schools Students represent at Sudbury Regional Science Fair
•  St. Anne Students Are Stewards of the Earth
•  Grade 7-8 French Immersion Students At St. Charles College Explore Inclusive Education Outdoors
•  St. David School "Planting for the Future"


Looking for a previously featured Green Initiatives story? Visit our Green Initiatives news archives

 

 


 
  © 2018 Sudbury Catholic Schools. All rights reserved