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GreenKids Schools that have become Maryland Green Schools

Arcola Elementary School
Ashburton Elementary School
Bethesda Elementary School
Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School
Beverly Farms Elementary School
Burning Tree Elementary School
Captain James E. Daly Elementary School
Cedar Grove Elementary School
Chevy Chase Elementary School
Clarksburg Elementary School
Cold Spring Elementary School
College Gardens Elementary School
East Silver Spring Elementary School
Forest Knolls Elementary School
Fox Chapel Elementary
Gaithersburg Elementary School
Garrett Park Elementary School
Glen Haven Elementary School
Glenallan Elementary
Greenwood Elementary School
Harmony Hills Elementary School
Highland View Elementary School
Jackson Road Elementary School
Jones Lane Elementary School
Judith A. Resnick Elementary School
Lakewood Elementary School
Meadow Hall Elementary School
Montgomery Blair High School
Montgomery Knolls Elementary
New Hampshire Estates Elementary School
Newport Mill Middle School
North Chevy Chase Elementary School
Northwood High School
Oakland Terrace Elementary School
Pine Crest Elementary School
Piney Branch Elementary School
Rock Creek Forest Elementary School
Rock View Elementary School
Rocky Hill Middle School
Rolling Terrace Elementary School
Rosemary Hills Elementary School
Silver Spring International Middle School
Sligo Creek Elementary School
Sligo Middle School
Somerset Elementary School
Strathmore Elementary School
Summit Hall Elementary School
Takoma Park Elementary School
Takoma Park Middle School
Westbrook Elementary School
Westland Middle School
Whetstone Elementary School
Wood Acres Elementary School

Woodlin Elementary School

All 53 GreenKids schools that applied to become Maryland Green Schools while participating in the GreenKids Partnership Program were successful in earning this prestigious award! (The 54th school, Lakewood Elementary, was a Maryland Green School prior to joining GreenKids.)

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The Maryland Green Schools Award Program, developed and administered by the Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education (MAEOE), challenges schools to integrate the environment into all aspects of the school culture, including professional development for teachers, curricular integration, modeling of best management practices inside and outside the school, community involvement, and celebration. It takes a school two years to effectively fulfill the requirements associated with certification, and our GreenKids outreach program has been instrumental to these schools in achieving the needed requirements.