Do you want your students to participate in Coastal Cleanup Day but can't get them out on a field trip to a beach or local waterway? Do you want to show them that environmentally responsible behavior can begin at their school and in their own neighborhood? Interested in a real world data collection and problem-solving experience that takes place right on school grounds and supports your Next Generation Science Standards? You can organize a Schoolyard Cleanup and accomplish all of these goals. Register your school as a Schoolyard Cleanup Site to receive assistance and recognition and to be a part of an international effort to protect our coast and ocean, no matter where your school is!

Pre-cleanup lessons and inspiration        Do your cleanup        After your cleanup       

Check out our pre- and post-cleanup lessons, our tips, and then...

Register your school as a Schoolyard Cleanup Site!



Contact Name:
    

Role:
    

School Name:
    

Number of Students Expected to Participate:
    

Grade(s) of Students Participating:
    

Planned Date(s) of Cleanup(s):
    


Do you need disposable gloves from us?
(Visit the Doing Your Cleanup page for ideas on how to avoid disposables.)
No
Yes
Not sure yet


Do you need disposable trash bags from us?
(Visit the Doing Your Cleanup page for ideas on how to avoid disposables.)
No
Yes
Not sure yet


Do you need the program materials found on these webpages saved on a CD or printed and mailed to you?
No
Paper Not sure yet


Would you like to have data cards mailed to you?
No thanks. If we use data cards, I will print them myself.
Download Data Card in English.
Download Data Card in Spanish.
Yes
Quanity of English Data Cards needed:
Quanity of Spanish Data Cards needed:


How did you hear about our program?
    


Email address:
    

Phone number:
    

Complete mailing address:
(Please note whether this is home or school.)
    

Questions/Comments:
    


We've endeavored to provide you everything you need to hold a cleanup, from preparatory lessons through cleanup materials, to data analysis. Participating schools are NOT required to do pre- and post-lessons, but these can help illuminate the impact of a cleanup and tie it into your education standards.

Thank you to Jeff Manker, Gilroy High School teacher, for the inspiration and impetus to create this program.

Pre-cleanup lessons and inspiration        Do your cleanup        After your cleanup