We are excited to share with you a new, free program launching for the 2019/2020 school year: the Earth Rangers Clubs program!
An Earth Rangers Club is made up of elementary school students and educators, who have committed to taking action in helping animals and the environment. Research we recently conducted indicated that, while Eco Clubs are very popular in schools across Canada, they could benefit from more resources and structure. For this reason, we have created a free and easy to use platform for schools to track their Club’s activities and accomplishments year after year and gain access to activity ideas that will increase the Club’s impact.
We encourage you to form a Club or engage your existing Eco Club by registering with us at clubs.earthrangers.com, where you can access all program materials and track your Club’s progress throughout the year(s).
Clubs can be Classroom-run or School-wide. Both Club types are supported by Club Missions which provide everything a Club needs to implement an environmental campaign at your school or in a classroom. There is no minimum requirement to join, you can determine the Club type, size, and frequency of engagement. Earth Rangers believe that all actions make a difference and we’ll celebrate and recognize every achievement with you!
The Earth Rangers Clubs program aims to:
- Provide quality leadership opportunities for students that build a sense of belonging
- Focus on the real-world impact of positive environmental actions
- Assist students in understanding their place within an interconnected environment
- Ignite a passion to change behaviours to reduce our impact on the environment
- Connect to the curriculum
Earth Rangers is committed to providing what you need to make launching and sustaining an Earth Rangers Club at your school a fun and worthwhile endeavor. Thereby helping to develop the leaders of today and tomorrow. We hope you will consider joining other Clubs from across Canada on this important journey towards a more sustainable future.
Register your Earth Rangers Club today by visiting clubs.earthrangers.com!
More information here: http://www.earthrangers.org/teachers/clubs/