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Senior Grace Gulczinski Starts Green Ambassador Program

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Senior Grace Gulczinski Starts Green Ambassador Program

Recently, representatives were chosen from each class of Springboro High School to participate in the newly-established Green Ambassador Program.

These Green Ambassadors will communicate with district administration, local businesses, and the student body in order to improve sustainability practices in the district and create a culture of conscientiousness around environmental issues. Each year, they will be joined by two members of the incoming freshman class who are passionate about environmental advocacy.

The program was created by graduating senior Grace Gulczinski to continue and expand the work she’s done with SHS and district administration during her time at the high school and junior high. This has included the installation of three water bottle refill stations in the high school, the placement of recycling bins in every classroom and the cafeteria, the addition of environmental information to weekly announcements and freshman orientation, and the creation of an annual campus clean up. These achievements are due in large part to the help and cooperation of SHS Principal Kyle Martin, who has met with and encouraged Grace throughout her time in high school.

The program’s participants include Freshmen Ella Mozeleski and Nicole Shuler, Sophomores Katie Fulton and Nick Cummings, Juniors Zoe Mercer and Maisha Choudhury, and Senior Grace Gulczinski.

This year, they hope to begin expanding the high school’s recycling program and sustainability education to other buildings in the district, in order to create an environmentally-conscious student body and a greener future for Springboro.

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