PWCS Recognized for Saving Energy, Environment, and Money
April 24, 2015
Money not spent on energy costs can be better invested in the classroom.
Representatives of many of the 32 PWCS Energy Star Schools turned out on April 24 to be recognized by the head the EPA program.Joining them for the photo were School Board Members Lillie Jessie and Betty Covington.
According to EPA officials, PWCS is a leader in overall school conservation efforts, and especially among Districts with schools qualifying for Energy Star certification. PWCS is among the top ten school systems nationwide for Energy Star Certified schools.
Watch for future stories on how conservation efforts are paying off for students and education.