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Go Green Club

The Go Green Club at Paul Revere Middle School is dedicated to the conservation of our natural resources. Members are responsible for spreading the word about the importance of protecting the environment, organizing "green" events such as campus beautification, and raising money to support environmental charities. In addition, the annual Fun Run hosted by the Go Green Club and the PE Department raises money to support a local environmental nonprofit organization and our school.

The Go Green Club meets weekly on Tuesdays. We are dedicated to promoting a "green" lifestyle. At our meetings, we discuss environmental issues, plan environmental activities, and watch environmental movies. New members are welcome to join anytime. Just show up to our meetings. Club activities may fulfill community service hours.

• Become a friend of the Go Green Club at Revere MS on Facebook.
• Contact Ms. Chen at Paul Revere if you would like more information or if you are a parent who would like to volunteer!

 

Join the Go Green Club on facebook!


Upcoming Events

First Meeting of the Year
Tuesdays, September 10, 2013 at the Outdoor Learning Environment (OLE)

We will have a special guest from Generation Earth presenting our school with the Los Angeles County Battle of the Schools 1st place award!


Lunchtime Club Signups
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Lunchtime in the Quad

We have new ideas in the works for the Go Green Club. Whether you're a green machine already or want to learn more about the environment, join us in the quad at lunch. Look for Ms. Chen and the Go Green Team!


Go Green Bake Sale
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
After school in the QUad
All Baked Goods $1!

Go Green Club Bake Sale

The Go Green Club is hosting a bake sale to raise funds. Look for Ms. Chen and the Go Green Team as they will be selling cookies, brownies, cupcakes, and more! Support the Go Green Club and ecological responsibility at Paul Revere Middle School.


The Go Green Club and Eco-Homeroom are proud to present:Earth Day Celebration

Earth Day Celebration
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
In the GYM during LUNCH

Entry Fee: 3 empty bottles/cans
There will be lots of games and prizes!


New Meeting Location!
Tuesdays in J1
Beginning Tuesday, April 3, 2012


Go Green Bake Sale
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
After school in the Quad
All Baked Goods $1!

Go Green Club Bake Sale

The Go Green Club is hosting a bake sale to raise funds. Look for Ms. Chen and the Go Green Team as they will be selling cookies, brownies, cupcakes, and more! Support the Go Green Club and ecological responsibility at Paul Revere Middle School.


First Meeting of the Year
Tuesdays, September 4, 2012 in X14


Go Green Bake Sale
Thursday, June 7, 2012
After school by the Auditorium
All Baked Goods $1!

The Go Green Club is hosting a bake sale to raise funds. Look for Ms. Chen and the Go Green Team as they will be selling cookies, brownies, cupcakes, and more! Support the Go Green Club and ecological responsibility at Paul Revere Middle School.


The Go Green Club and Eco-Homeroom are proud to present:

Earth Day Celebration
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
In the GYM during LUNCH

Entry Fee: 3 empty bottles/cans
There will be lots of games and prizes!
Also the person who brings the most empty bottles and cans will receive a special prize!


New Meeting Location!
Tuesdays in J1
Beginning Tuesday, April 3, 2012


Go Green Bake Sale
Monday, November 7, 2011
After school by the Auditorium
All Baked Goods $1!

The Go Green Club is hosting a bake sale to raise funds. Look for Ms. Chen and the Go Green Team as they will be selling cookies, brownies, cupcakes, and more! Support the Go Green Club and ecological responsibility at Paul Revere Middle School.


New Meeting Time & Location!
Tuesdays in Town Hall
Beginning Tuesday, October 19, 2011


Lunchtime Club Signups
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Lunchtime in the Quad
Paul Revere Middle School

1450 Allenford Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90049

We have new ideas in the works for the Go Green Club. Whether you're a green machine already or want to learn more about the environment, join us in the quad at lunch on Wednesday, October 12th. Look for Ms. Chen and the Go Green Team!


Go Green Bake Sale
Thursday, June 9, 2011
After school by the Auditorium
Paul Revere Middle School

1450 Allenford Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90049

The Go Green Club is hosting a bake sale to raise funds. Look for Ms. Chen and the Go Green Team as they will be selling cookies, brownies, cupcakes, and more! Support the Go Green Club and ecological responsibility at Paul Revere Middle School.


Earth Day Run-a-thon
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
DURING PE Class

The Go Green Club and PE department are hosting an Earth Day Run-a-thon on Wednesday, April 27th during PE. Please view the Earth Day Run page for more information.

The goal of of the Earth Day Run-a-thon is to raise environmental awareness and funds for environmental charities, environmental programs on campus, and the student body at Revere.


Green Day!
Thursday, March 17, 2011

Wear the color green on Thursday, March 17th and bring a bag of empty bottles and cans with you to the gym during lunch. You will get the chance to "shoot" the recyclable items into recycling bins and win prizes.

The goal of Green Day is to raise awareness of the importance of recycling. Think green, be green!


Used Cell Phone and Battery Drive - Extended 1 More Week!
Monday, February 7 - Friday, February 18, 2011
Collection Box in Main Office or with Ms. Chen at PE
Paul Revere Middle School

1450 Allenford Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90049

The Go Green Club is collecting used cell phones and batteries to recycle and donate to charities. Please collect unused cell phones from friends and family members. Make sure the phones are cleared of personal information. Place them in the recycling container in the main office from Monday, February 7th - Friday, February 18th.

By donating cell phones you will be keeping the cell phones and batteries and their toxins out of landfills. Cell phones will be recycled through zero landfill recycling program. They will be refurbished or refined consistent with the policies set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) Guidelines for Materials Management, EPA WasteWise Program, and the Basel Action Network.

Get those cell phones into the main office or to Ms. Chen!


Recycle Bottles and Cans in the Blue Bins
Starting Monday, January 24, 2011
Around the Paul Revere Middle School Campus

You might have seen blue recycling bins around campus that have been painted with environmental designs by the Go Green Club. Well, those bins are for the recycling of bottles and cans. With your help, we can keep our environment cleaner and provide a means for us to recycle resources.

Make sure to place empty bottles and cans in the blue bins!


Day Without a Bag
Thursday, December 16, 2010

The goal of A Day without a Bag is to reduce the use of single-use plastic bags throughout California by empowering shoppers to take simple and direct actions to eliminate unsightly debris and save taxpayer dollars.

A unique coalition of major retailers, local governments and regional environmental groups has formed to organize the 4th annual A Day Without a Bag, which urges consumers to forego environmentally harmful one-use plastic or paper grocery bags in favor of reusable totes.   Dozens of community groups, from soccer clubs in Highland Park to Girl Scout troops in Agoura Hills, will be conducting bag giveaways and grassroots education for consumers throughout the region. The event, organized by Heal the Bay, is sponsored by the city and county of Los Angeles.

Reusable bags are a long-term practical solution: A single reusable bag has the potential to replace over 1,000 single-use bags in its lifetime, saving a significant amount of resources. Reusable bags are much less likely to enter the litter streamand can last for years. Designed for many uses, reusable bags also emit fewer carbon dioxide emissions and require less energy in their production and manufacture than single-use bags and even plastic HDPE bags made from 50% recycled content.

(The above text is from the Heal the Bay website.)

Please let Ms. Chen know if you are interested in distributing reusable bags on this day in order to encourage others to stop the use of one-time use plastic bags and to promote Day Without a Bag.


Go Green Bake Sale
Monday, December 13, 2010
After school by the Auditorium
Paul Revere Middle School

1450 Allenford Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90049

The Go Green Club is hosting a bake sale to raise funds. Look for Ms. Chen and the Go Green Team as they will be selling cookies, brownies, cupcakes, and more! Support the Go Green Club and ecological responsibility at Paul Revere Middle School.


Lunchtime Club Signups
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Lunchtime in the Quad
Paul Revere Middle School

1450 Allenford Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90049

We have new ideas in the works for the Go Green Club. Whether you're a green machine already or want to learn more about the environment, join us in the quad at lunch on Wednesday, October 13th. Look for Ms. Chen and the Go Green Team!


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Green Tips
from Go Green Club members!
(Submit your tip today by sending an email to Ms. Chen)

Reduce waset by curbing use of disposables.
-Leticia C-

At the store, try using reusable bags instead of paper or plastic bags.
-Sarah M-

Bring your own reusable bag and bottle everywhere!
-Ms. Chen-

Never say "Throwing away one recyclable item won't make a difference."
-Erin-

Turn off the lights when you leave a room.
-Julia-

Plant a tree and your children will breathe fresh air.
-Joel-

Support the Go Green Club

SELVA is a sponsor of the Go Green Club. SELVA is a nonprofit organization that provides website design and maintenance, graphic and video creation, environmental consulting, and more to the club. It is our goal to increase awareness and promote ecological responsibility amongst our youth.

The Go Green Club is a student group at Paul Revere Middle School. If you would like to donate to the Go Green Club or are a parent who would like to volunteer, please contact Ms. Chen.

Donations are also accepted via our contribution page. SELVA is a fiscal sponsor of the Go Green Club.

 

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