Tag: #environment

Caryola's new project, Crayola Cycle, starts with a box of normal markers.

MSD takes part in Crayola’s new project: Crayola Color Cycle

Dried markers are left untouched for years to pollute the environment. However, with the new Crayola program, ColorCycle, markers are now able to be recycled in the hopes of creating a cleaner Earth. Marjory Stoneman Douglas is taking part in this program as to help make the Earth a better place. The ColorCycle program is targeted towards schools in order […]

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Local nature center provides informative experience for visitors

Local nature center provides informative experience for visitors

*This story was originally published in the second quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* The Sawgrass Nature Center (SNC) and Wildlife Hospital, located just 5 miles from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping animals. Founded in 1995 by a group of volunteers, SNC’s mission is to educate the public about South Florida’s environment and […]

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Florida’s susceptibility to climate change prompts civilians to explore scientific and political agendas

*This story was originally published in the first quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* The issue of climate change is one of many debated in mainstream media. There are those who desperately cry for the preservation of the planet’s resources through societal change, and others who reject the existence of this emerging phenomenon. No matter what grounds one may stand, […]

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APES Students TRASH PROJECT helps clean campus; teaches lesson

APES Students TRASH PROJECT helps clean campus; teaches lesson

On Feb. 9, 2017, Advanced Placement environmental science students participated in a trash project, where they carried around trash bags and collected waste in the time span of seven days. Assigned by AP environmental science teacher Tammy Orilio, the students learned the outstanding number of trash they had collected from the ground, under desks and outside and to always remember to keep the environment […]

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Marjory’s Garden unites clubs, teachers and students

Marjory’s Garden unites clubs, teachers and students

With the clearing of the land by the 900 building, teachers and students have come together to start a new garden for future educational purposes. “We had a meeting last year in Save What’s Left, an environmental club, where Mrs. Orilio introduced a big plan for the land that was left after taking down the portables,” junior Casey Chin said. […]

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Save What’s Left ready to recycle

Save What’s Left ready to recycle

Stoneman Douglas’ Save What’s Left club is prepared to help out our school with recycling and environmental projects. This year, the club wishes to receive more recognition and be more active with their incoming members. They are electing new officers to be on the staff, and are planning to incorporate new and old activities into their club routine. Co-Presidents Dyane […]

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