Are you a Halton teacher (grades K to 12) or administrator interested in advancing environmental education in your school? If yes, the Ontario EcoSchools workshop is for you.
Interested teachers and administrators are invited to attend a free information session to ask questions and learn from experienced Ontario EcoSchools teachers and administrators.
- Date: Nov. 18, 2017
- Time: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
- Location: 2302 Bridge Rd., Oakville
Please register here for the opportunity to:
- Learn next steps to certify with Ontario EcoSchools
- Connect with teachers and community partners that are committed to environmental learning in Halton
- Gather resources and ideas to support environmental education at your school
If you are a parent of an elementary or high school student, please share this information with the administration at your child’s school.
Learn more about a local school that achieved platinum certification here.
Take Action Burlington! Collectively we can make a difference by empowering youth to be good stewards of the environment.
About Ontario EcoSchools
Ontario EcoSchools is an environmental education and certification program from kindergarten to grade 12. It helps school communities develop ecological literacy and environmental practices to become environmentally responsible citizens and reduce the environmental footprint of schools. This bilingual program is offered free of charge to all publicly funded elementary and secondary schools across Ontario and at a small cost to private and independent schools.
About Halton Environmental Network
The Halton Environmental Network (HEN) is an incorporated non-profit organization operating in the Region of Halton, Ontario (Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton and Oakville). HEN shares information and resources with member environmental groups, other non-profit organizations, businesses, governments and the public. HEN has been effectively engaging the Halton community for over 10 years.