The 7th grade advisories have been learning about how communities can make a positive impact on our city, and ultimately our planet. In addition, students have been exploring this question in their science classes, as they investigate human effects on ecosystems. To further their studies, CACS hosted the Goldman Prize this week, as Liz Means, Communications Coordinator at the Prize, presented about the history of the Goldman Prize, grassroots environmental activism, and the work of Prize winners.
Creative Arts has been thrilled to be a pat of the Goldman Prize Youth Program. For the past several years, CACS has been invited to attend the Goldman Prize ceremony, where our students have met current and past Prize winners and attended a special reception with a DJ and refreshments. We are excited for our continued partnership, and thank the Goldman Prize for their commitment to teaching our students about environmental activism.