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King County Green Schools Program honors four Northshore schools for conservation

Seventy-seven schools in 12 school districts across King County earned recognition this spring from the County’s Green Schools Program for their successful conservation efforts.

Twenty-six schools completed Level One of the program by initiating or improving recycling programs and focusing on waste-reduction strategies such as decreasing paper use, while another 27 schools completed Level Two by engaging in energy conservation practices such as turning off lights in unoccupied rooms.

Level One: Canyon Creek Elementary, Inglemoor High and Woodinville High

Level Two: Arrowhead Elementary

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