Archbishop O'Sullivan Catholic School endeavours to be stewards of the earth. Our Compost team collaboratively work together to ensure our school environment is respected and that our compost is at the curb each Wednesday. The ECO team further promotes our emphasis on various initiatives that support our collective responsibility for taking care of our planet. We promote "boomerang lunches", recycling of resources (goos paper, batteries) and work with our community partners to further this awareness.
At ALCDSB we embrace our call to be stewards of God's Gift of Creation. In the context of student success, stewardship takes on a holistic meaning encompassing stewardship of the environment, self and those around us. With this in mind, Outdoor and Environmental Education programming within the ALCDSB seeks to engage our students, Kindergarten through Grade 12, in authentic, integrated learning experiences within the natural environment and within the school community. Engagement levels are high at our Outdoor Centres as students are physically active while exploring the interconnectedness of living things.
Within the school community, our students continue to participate in Ontario EcoSchools, a rigorous, province-wide certification program which is the vehicle for the Ministry of Education's Policy Framework for Environmental Education in Ontario Schools. The Ontario EcoSchools program places eco-action directly within the sphere of student influence leading to a sense of empowerment and meaningful participation in the local community.
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