February 25, 2014
Cameron Middle-High School wins Highest Achievement from the West Virginia Department of Education’s 2014 West Virginia Sustainable Schools program
Schools Honored for Merging Education with the Environment
CHARLESTON, W. Va. – Two West Virginia schools received top honors for their work connecting education and the environment.
Cameron Middle-High School in Marshall County and Eastwood Elementary School in Monongalia County were named West Virginia Sustainable Schools for their commitment to sustainable practices as well as integrating those practices into the curriculum and community.
Cameron Middle-High School received the Black Bear Award for High Achievement. Cameron is being recognized for proactive measures such as an extensive recycling program; a Farm to School program; and, innovative fitness and outdoor education programs…
Both schools are candidates for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification by the U.S. Green Building Council…
For more information, contact the WVDE Communication Office at 304-558-2699.