Over winter break, St. John’s School received a check for $525 from Peggy Denney of I*Recycle Guam for filling up five recycling bins with aluminum cans. The money will go […]
A donation of $1,000 was made to I*Recycle Guam by the Environmental Club of St. John’s School. The Environmental Club is a student organization that promotes awareness and involvement of environmentally-friendly […]
On behalf of every St. John’s student, teacher, and staff, the Environmental/Recycling Club donated $1000 to Teamtrees.org, an online fund-raising drive whose aim is to plant 20 million trees in […]
St. John’s School recently received three Elkay Filtered Enhance EZH2O Bottle Refilling Stations with a Single ADA Cooler, donated by One World, One Step.
In observance of World Energy Conservation Day on December 14, 2018, several St. John’s classes participated in the Quarter Hour Without Power that began from 10 AM to 10:15 AM.
St. John’s lower school held a special chapel service on Tuesday, April 24 in celebration of Earth Day 2018.
St. John’s lower school students gathered as representatives from the Farm to Table-Guam Corporation presented a short discussion about agriculture.
Congratulations St. John’s Environmental Club for winning first place in the GTA, IT&E and Yellow Ink Phone Book Roundup contest.
To celebrate America Recycles Day (Nov 15th), St John’s School will open its recycling efforts to the public EACH Saturday of the month of November.
More than a thousand island residents came out to 25 different sites for the 21st annual Guam International Coastal Cleanup, led by The Bureau of Statistics and Plans’ Guam Coastal Management Program.