Delaware Pathways to Green Schools Program

Delaware Valley Green Building Council (DVGBC) is pleased to announce that its Delaware Pathways to Green Schools Program has been renewed for a fourth year with the generous support of the Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility (SEU.)

The Delaware Pathways to Green Schools Program provides grants, one-on-one support, and expert resources to K-12 schools in Delaware that are committed to becoming healthier, more sustainable, and more energy efficient. By participating in this program, schools will work towards achieving certification and national recognition through Eco-Schools USA and the U.S. Department of Education’s Green Ribbon Schools award.

2017-18 Pathways Program Application For New Schools
2017-18 Pathways Program Application for Continuing Schools

Additional information for the DE Pathways program can be found on the Resources page!
 

 

2016-2017 PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS 

  • Albert Einstein Academy, Wilmington
  • Christiana High School, Newark
  • Forwood Elementary School, Wilmington
  • The Jefferson School, Georgetown*
  • Kirk Middle School, Newark
  • Las Americas ASPIRA Academy, Newark
  • Linden Hill Elementary School, Wilmington
  • Milford High School, Milford*
  • St. Andrew's School, Middletown
  • Smyrna High School, Smyrna*
  • Talley Middle School, Wilmington
  • Ursuline Academy, Wilmington*
  • Warner Elementary School, Wilmington
  • Wilmington Montessori, Wilmington

*New to the program in 2016-17

BENEFITS TO PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS:

  • Network of like-minded educators, school personnel for sharing ideas and challenges
  • Invitations to roundtables and workshops
  • Free building energy assessment (for qualifying schools)
  • Assistance with energy benchmarking using EPA’s ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager
  • Eligible to apply to annual mini-grant program
  • Support with implementing sustainability initiatives including curriculum connections

SPONSORS AND PARTNERS

The Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility is a non-profit organization created by the State of Delaware to help residents and businesses save money through conservation, energy efficiency and clean energy. Its Energize Delaware initiative brings energy efficiency and renewable energy incentive programs to homes, businesses, nonprofits, government facilities and schools across the state.

The National Wildlife Federation’s (NWF) Eco-Schools USA is an internationally recognized program that provides a framework to help educators integrate sustainability principles throughout their schools and curriculum.

For more information about this program, contact Katie Bartolotta at kbartolotta@dvgbc.org or 215-399-5789. 

Thank you to our Program Sponsor:

Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility       

Thank you to our Partner:

NWF's Eco-Schools USA