March 22 – Our Mountain Island Charter team can now post live updates on the Eco-Footprint Challenge website. Mountain Island Charter School is among six in the Catawba River District that are taking part in the first-ever Piedmont Natural Gas Foundation Eco-Footprint Challenge. Each school is trying to reduce something it uses or throws out that can hurt the environment, like energy, water, trash and even uneaten food.
For our project we have decided to create a schoolwide media campaign for reducing energy use.
This blog will allow each school to log in, post photos, text and videos and, after Rich Haag edits the materials, post them on our blogs.
The blogs will have their headlines appear on our news pages, too.