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Green Schools Alliance

Taking Action at Schools and Beyond

Schools. It’s where global change starts. In 2007 a number of schools aligned and created the The Green School Alliance, a powerful peer-to-peer network and sharing platform, driven by students and their schools to inspire ideas and actions on sustainability.

Uniquely created by schools for schools, the GSA is a global peer to-peer network of schools represented by Sustainability Coordinators — students, faculty, staff and administrators — working together to solve climate and conservation challenges. GSA member schools share and implement sustainable best practices and promote connections between schools, communities, and the environments that sustain them. We do this locally and virtually by creating peer-to-peer forums, exchanging resources, offering original programs and curriculum developed by member schools, and connecting youth to nature. GSA schools set goals and quantify progress.

Membership to the GSA is FREE and based on
your school Sustainability Commitment to take
action in any (or all) of Three Tracks:
I) Reduce Your Ecological & Climate Impact;
II) Educate & Engage Your Community; and
III) Connect to Nature & Place.

GSA programs integrate education and action to create meaningful change. They include the Green Cup Challenge, The Student Climate & Conservation Congress (Sc3), Green Schools Renewable Energy Purchasing Consortium, the Green Journal, and GSAx Events.

GSA also hosts a Student Blog and has an extensive, crowd-sourced, searchable Resource Center and Ask the Experts Section, a Discussion Forum, and Video Ocean, all with the end goal of accelerating sustainability best practices that will ripple across communities and unite the schools that are leading the transformation to global environmental sustainability.

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ClassWish Eligibility Requirements

ClassWish invites leaders of FIRST Robotics teams and also invites teachers, student teachers, substitute teachers, part-time after school teachers, staff developers, librarians, guidance counselors, school nurses, coaches, principals, administrators, other school employees directly serving students in an educational capacity, and officers acting on behalf of school Parent Teacher Association units recognized by the National Parent Teacher Association and on behalf of other parent teacher organizations (collectively, “Educators”) in K-12, public, magnet and charter schools, and private and parochial that are exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and that are in the 50 states or the District of Columbia (collectively, “Allowed Schools”) to create wish lists (“Wish Lists”) indicating the supplies and equipment they need for their students to excel and to submit requests (“Requests”) for ClassWish to provide particular items funded by contributions to such Wish Lists.

Funded Requests cannot be transferred to another Educator.

In order to register on ClassWish.org and create Wish Lists and Requests, you must attest to the following:

  • I confirm that I am a leader of a FIRST Robotics team or am an Educator in an Allowed School, as those terms are defined above;
  • The activities for which I intend to use any items received through ClassWish are legal and fall within the standards of my state and/or local board or department of education, and the policies of my school or, in the case of FIRST Robotics team leaders, fall within the standards of FIRST Robotics;
  • All information I provide to ClassWish is accurate, and I will promptly update the information to keep it accurate;
  • Any Requests I submit and any funding or items I receive are solely for use in my classroom and/or school, or in the case of FIRST Robotics team leaders are solely for use by my FIRST team, and any items I request through ClassWish will not be for my or anyone else’s personal use;
  • I agree that any items provided to me by ClassWish shall become and remain the property of (i) the school to which ClassWish has them delivered, and I will not take such items to another school, or (ii) in the case of a FIRST Robotics team such items provided to me by ClassWish or purchased with funds provided to me by ClassWish shall become and remain the property of the FIRST Robotics team or, if such is dissolved, shall become the property of FIRST Robotics.
  • I commit to including in my Wish Lists and Requests only items that will benefit my students’ education, including extracurricular activities, and to use any items that I receive from ClassWish only for such purposes.
  • I agree that in the event that ClassWish determines that any items I received through ClassWish are not being used in accordance with these Eligibility Requirements, I will return such items to ClassWish at my expense. In the case of FIRST teams, ClassWish may rely on the determination of FIRST Robotics in this regard.

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