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Green County joins PRIDE education program

Green County teachers will have an aid in environmental education this year, thanks to a partnership agreement signed Jan. 18, 2013.  The agreement established Green County’s PRIDE Environmental Education Outreach Program. The program’s goals are to help students prepare for state science tests and develop life-long environmental stewardship skills. Eastern Kentucky PRIDE, […]

Four Jackson County Schools share PRIDE education award

McKee Elementary School students with PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award May 2012

Annville Christian Academy, McKee Elementary School, Sand Gap Elementary School and Tyner Elementary School shared the PRIDE Environmental Education Project of the Month Award for participating in the Energy Oscars, which honored excellence in producing videos about the value of saving energy. Students created four videos that promoted energy efficiency with great creativity and persuasiveness. […]

36,825 students learned with PRIDE in 2011-2012

Students recycling at school

Nature came to life in classrooms across southern and eastern Kentucky during this school year, thanks to the PRIDE Environmental Education Outreach Program. The program sent 15 environmental education liaisons into schools in 22 counties (including all independent school systems in those counties), reaching a total of 36,825 students between September 2011 and May 2012. […]

Meet your PRIDE Environmental Education Liaison

Please join us in welcoming our PRIDE Environmental Education Outreach Program Liaisons for the 2011/2012 school year. We thank the program partners in each county that enrolled their schools this year. Below are brief biographies of each liaison. To view their photos in our Flickr gallery, […]

Linda Rose earns “Difference Maker Award”

Congressman Hal Rogers (KY-5) presented a Difference Maker Award to Linda Rose for her leadership as Morgan County’s PRIDE Environmental Education Liaison. Rogers, who co-founded PRIDE, surprised Rose with the award Oct. 31 during PRIDE’s energy conservation workshop in Annville. “PRIDE volunteers have transformed southern and eastern Kentucky over the last 14 years,” said Rogers. […]

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