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2 middle school students wear gardening gloves and work to plant the rain garden at Sylvester Middle School

A Culture of Sustainability: Sylvester Middle School

With EarthGen’s support, what started with one teacher has grown into a culture of sustainability at this Burien school. From campus gardens to student leadership, Sylvester Middle School (Highline Public Schools) exemplifies what it means to be an EarthGen Certified School.

Closeup of youth hands separating plastic bottles

At-Home Certification

EarthGen (formerly known as Washington Green Schools) is now offering At-Home Certification. We know that this year comes with its many stressors and EarthGen would like to offer support in […]

Everett area middle school teachers gather around a model that helps them simulate the enhanced greenhouse effect at an EarthGen Energy Matters training.

Connecting Energy Matters and Climate Change

When Everett middle school students asked their teachers about climate change and how they could make a difference, their teachers reached out to EarthGen for help.

2 siblings use the Nature Scavenger Hunt activity to explore the nature in their backyard.

New At-Home Learning Resources for Families

“Teachers, parents, and students are stretched thin. Having these resources developed for at-home learning is a real gift.” – Dr. Annette Venegas, Science Program Specialist, Kent School District Hundreds of […]

Kindergarten student sits at a large table wearing a mask.

Monarch Mystery: Summer Science Learning for Migrant Students

For migrant students across the state, science learning will continue throughout the summer. In collaboration with several school districts, WGS has developed bilingual programs for summer school programs, from the Yakima area to the Skagit Valley.