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As of the Summer of 2018 over 38,450 students in 16 states, and 4 countrieshave learned key concepts in environmental stewardship and sustainability and have been empowered to take personal responsibility for their natural world. Learn more about our impact HERE.

 Power2Sustain believes in the power of collaboration to help our next generation succeed. We welcome you and/or your organization  to join us and help K-12th grade students become environmentally literate and active citizens and let your customers and community know your pledge to support the next generation's sustainability education. Please click HERE to learn about partnering opportunities. ​

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PAST PROJECTS 

Fall 2018

Monterey Bay Aquarium

Oceans Plastics Summit for K-12 Teachers

(Participating Non-profit)

100 teachers, 25 sustainability advocates

Funded through donations from Bagito

Winter  2018

Wat Leu Village & Siem Reip, Cambodia

in conjunction with Gina Orlander and the Wat Leu Village Children's Fund

Garbage sorting and trash disposal lessons

60 students and assorted teachers

Funded entirely through donations form Bagito

 

Summer  2017

Curriculum development - High School lessons

6 teachers, 2 schools in 1 state

Funded entirely through donations form Bagito

Winter/Spring 2016

Curriculum development and testing

288 students, 12 teachers, 6 schools in 4 states

Funded entirely through donations form Bagito

Fall/Winter 2015

Salinas City Schools​

1000 students, 30 teachers, 8 schools

Funded through a grant from Salinas Valley Solid

Waste Authoriy and CalRecycle

 

Spring 2014

Santa Clara County Schools

2108 students, 68 teachers 27 schools

Funded through grants from Safeway, 

County of Santa Clara's Office of Sustainablity and Green Waster Reovery Inc.

Spring 2009 (Pilot Project)

New York City Department of Education 

1000 students, 40  teachers 12 schools

Funded through sponsorship grant from Whole Foods NYC

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS

Gonzalez/Greenfield, CA

Gonzales High School

Caesar Chavez Elementary

Oak Avenue Elementary

Vista Verde Middle School

 

King City/ Soledad, CA

Del Rey Elementary

San Vicente Elementary

Rose Ferrero Elementary

Frank Ledesma Elementary

Soledad High School

 

Petaluma, CA

Cherry Valley Elementary

Valley Vista

Petaluma Jr. High

 

New York City

PS 86

PS 72

PS 156

PS 82

PS 38

IS 178

IS 270

Bronx High School of Science

Queens High School

Brooklyn School of the Arts

 

 

 

Santa Clara County, CA

Alexander Rose Elementary

Bishop Elementary

Brownell Middle School 

Cabrillo Elementary 

César Chávez Elementary School

Collins Elementary

Discovery Charter School

Eisenhower Elementary

Grant Elementary

Hacienda Elementary School 

Hammer Montessori Elementary

Horace Mann Elementary School 

L.U.C.H.A. School
Los Alamitos Elementary 

Manuel Vargas 

Manuel Vargas Elementary

O.S. Hubbard Elementary School

Oliveria Elementary

P.A. Walsh Elementary School

Patterson Elementary

R. J. Fisher Middle School

San Jose High School

Sherman Oaks Charter School 

Sunnyvale Middle School

Willow Glen High School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

U.S.A

Santa Cruz, CA

Bonny Doon Elementary

Live Oak Elementary

Cypress Charter M.S

Boulder Creek Elementary

S.V. Middle School

Soquel Elementary

New Brighton M.S

Gault Elementary

Santa Cruz High School

Costanoa Continuation/ Monarch

Half moon Bay High School

Happy Valley Elementary

 

Mt View/Los Altos , CA

Los Altos High School

Mt. View High School

Bubb Elementary School

Landels Elementary

Huff Elementary

Castro Elementary

Theuekauf Elementary

Crittenden Middle School

Graham Middle School

Almond Elementray

Covington Elementary School

Gardner Bullis School

Loyola Elementary

Santa Rita Elementary

Blach Intermediate School

 

 

 

Other Areas:

Science Tech Adademy-Woodland Joint Unified. Woodland, CA

Home School San Lorenzo Valley,CA

Manzanita Seed- Oakland,CA

Escondido Elementary School-Palo Alto Unified.Palo Alto,CA

Sherwood Montessori- Chico Unified. Chico,CA

Nixon Palo Alto Unified. Palo Alto,CA

Mt. View Whiseman.Mountain View,CA

Cleveland Elementary-San Francisco Unified. San Francisco,CA

GFS School Westport,CT

CW Dillard Elementary School. Elk Grove,CA

 

 

 

 

 

Salinas, CA

Boranda Meadows

Henry F Kammann School

Laurel Wood

Lincoln School

Loma Vista

Mission Park School

Monterey Park School

Navivad School

Roosevelt School

University Park School

Cesar E Chavez Elementary School

Jesse G Sanchez School

Washington Middle School

North Salinas High School

International

Mauritania, Africa

6 schools in the capital, Nouakchott

 

Sulawesi, Indonesia

Katupat Primary School, Togean Islands

Harmony Primary, Tentena

Harmony High School, Tentena

 

Madagascar, Africa

4 schools in the capital, Antananarivo

 

Salvador de Bahia, Bahia Brazil

2 public elemtary schools

 

Wat Liu and Siem Reip, Cambodia

(In collaboration with Wat Liu Village Children's Fund)

2 schools