• SAVE WHAT’S LEFT

    MISSION

    The primary objective of the Save What’s Left Club shall be to preserve the ecological integrity within our society.  To achieve this goal, we believe basic understanding and inner appreciation of nature must be developed among the youth.  Furthermore, an awareness of environmental issues that society faces is essential in engendering action and achieving progress towards preservation.  Thus, if a change is to be produced in society, it must come through the educated youth who will, as they grow older, assume important decision-making roles in our communities. – adapted from Mr. D’s original concept

    SPONSOR

    Mrs. Rambahal-Li

    Room 1114

     

    OFFICERS (2020-2021)

    PRESIDENT: Amy Ramirez

    VICE PRESIDENT: Makayla Gilzean

    SECRETARY: Lina Usteva / Sierra Evans

    PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER: TBD

    CLUB RELATIONS: Khristopher Matute

    TREASURER: Amanda Gilzean

    HISTORIAN: Katelyn Covert

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    IMPORTANT CLUB INFORMATION

    Club Meetings: Every other Friday 2:45pm- 3:45pm Room 1114

    We use remind for meeting updates

     

    REMINDERS AND INFORMATION:

    Join remind: Text @Colt4earth to 81010 to stay up to date. 

    VOLUNTEER HOURS: Open to all.  We meet every other Friday in room 1114 at 2:45pm for clean-ups, activities, and meetings.

    PARTICIPATION: Members are asked to fundraise to help out with club activities, supplies, and equipment.  Activity, field trip, and club flare (shirts, hats, pins, etc.) fees can be paid by fundraising.

    DUES: There are no dues.  All are welcome.  We only ask that you fundraise or volunteer to help Save what’s left!

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    EVENTS/ACTIVITES

    We look forward to the following as we become reestablished on the CSHS campus:

    Beach clean-ups/restoration

    Adopt a road/highway

     School and local area clean-ups

     Problem-based research

    Citizen science projects

    Walk for Water

     School and community involvement through beautification projects and awareness initiatives

     letter-writing to local, state, and federal legislative bodies for an increase of environmental awareness

     Letter writing to solicit support for environmentally positive outcomes; field trips to locations of interest; nature hikes; presentations and/or demonstrations by local or state governmental agencies; art projects; fundraisers for aforementioned activities; and more. 

    Get involved!

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    CRITERIA FOR JOINING

    Students who care about the environment and have a willingness to sweat and make a difference are encouraged to join us!  Just show up!