FLVS Celebrates Earth Day!
Earth Day Educational Symposium
(April 21, 11am-8:00pm)
Welcome to Florida Virtual School's Earth Day Celebration! The festivities will take place on Thursday, April 21st, from 11am to 8pm. During this event, you will hear from your fellow FLVS students as they discuss ideas for living green, recycling and saving the planet. You will also hear from experts from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, the Ocean Project and more.
Don't miss our student contest where you can share what Earth Day means to you.
How do I attend?
Click here on April 21 between 11am-6:30pm to attend!
Details and schedule below:
- Natalie Ayala is an Environmental Specialist with the Watershed Mgmt section of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection
The Department of Environmental Protection is the lead agency in state government for environmental management and stewardship and is one of the more diverse agencies in state government, protecting our air, water, and land
- Bernard Brown is the Director of the PB & J Campaign
The Mission of the PB&J Campaign is to work to combat environmental destruction by reducing the amount of animal products people eat. The PB&J Campaign approaches positive change one meal at a time by illuminating the differences one single dining decision can make. http://www.pbjcampaign.org/
- Lissette Miller is a Volunteer and Miami Oxfam Action Corps leader for Oxfam International
Oxfam International is a confederation of 13 like-minded organizations working together and with partners and allies around the world to bring about lasting change. http://www.oxfam.org/
- Bruce Campbell is the Technical Director for the Ocean Project
The Ocean Project is a global network of zoos, aquariums, and museums educating millions of visitors about how they can help protect and conserve our shared ocean.
Earth Day Student Contest!
While the importance of Earth Day is undeniable, the day itself means many things to many people. Some plant trees, some start recycling, and still others promise to reduce their carbon footprint. We want you to use your artistic abilities to answer the following question: What does Earth Day mean to you?
Click here for the Contest Details and Entry Form.