CDS Vows To Be Green! check out the NBC News Link http://tbo.com/ar/389408/
One Bottle One Dream was founded to inspire kids to initiate positive change in their schools, communities, and the environment. Finding schools like Carrollwood Day, that empower educators like Trudi Buscemi and Sabrina McCartney to think outside the box when it comes to environmental education, pushes our new generation of little green leaders to realize their choice can make a difference.
Walking onto the CDS Campus is an experience like no other. Students are engaged, knowledgable about the activities planned for the day, and beaming with ideas that are not only heard but also encouraged. Staff members are overly kind and generous with their time to both students and guests. Children want to know where they fit in and are eager to learn new green habits. They naturally want to do their part. That is why our project is a perfect fit for schools.
CDS purchased a class set of books and Activity Guide for each of their second grade teachers knowing their kids will be inspired in ways we can’t even predict. That’s exciting!
I read, “When Will We Be Recycled, Momma?” in the media center and then headed outside for two hands-on activities from our Guide. Students composted with Red Wiggler Worms and created Earth Pendents from recycled transparencies.
News Channel 8 Today and The Tampa Tribune came out to capture the event and show their support for a project that is quickly making an impact. To learn more about how you can help put a book in the hand of a child and a passion for a greener tomorrow in their hearts, log onto OneBottleOneDream.com