Clean Green 15 Awards 2017
Wednesday, May 10, 2017 (Dundalk, MD) - Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and Education Foundation of Baltimore County Executive Director Debbie Phelps announced the 13 winning schools from the “Team BCPS Clean Green 15 Litter Challenge.” The top seven performing schools were awarded thousands of dollars in environmental literacy grants to create environmental projects on their school property. Other winning schools received technology prizes or trees for their schoolyard.

Here is a list of the winning schools:
Grand Prize: Battle Monument School
1st Place Elementary School: Reisterstown Elementary
2nd Place Elementary School: Grange Elementary
1st Place Middle School: General John Stricker Middle
2nd Place Middle School: Perry Hall Middle
1st Place High School: Dulaney High School
2nd Place High School: Sparrows Point High School
Honorable Mention: Bear Creek Elementary
Honorable Mention: Edgemere Elementary
Honorable Mention: Milbrook Elementary
Honorable Mention: Westowne Elementary
Honorable Mention: Colgate Elementary
Honorable Mention: Charlesmont Elementary



The litter challenge resulted in more than 4,900 volunteers participating in 359 clean-ups throughout Baltimore County, removing tons of trash from communities, before it could wash into waterways and the Chesapeake Bay. The anti-litter initiative encouraged BCPS schools and community organizations to conduct litter clean-ups and anti-littering outreach this past year.

Co-hosts of the challenge include Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, Baltimore County Public Schools and the Education Foundation of Baltimore County. This year’s challenge is sponsored by Wheelabrator Technologies, Tradepoint Atlantic and the Baltimore County Department of Environmental Protection and Sustainability.
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