Learn from the Green Clean Schools Leadership Council

May 24, 2016 | Written By:

The next in our popular Learn from the Leaders webinar series will take place at 1 p.m. CST on June 14 and feature a panel discussion with two Green Clean Schools Leadership Council members and leaders of 2015 Green Cleaning Award winning schools, Kimberly Thomas at Clarke County School District in Georgia and Tommy Little at Georgia Tech.

This webinar will not only showcase the green cleaning programs at both of these Grand Award winning programs, but it will also examine the progress each program has made over the years, and discuss methods used for program assessment including the Green Cleaning Award process.

Participation is free to attend the webinar. Register ahead of time to secure your place and add the information to your calendar.

There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion from participants at the end of the webinar, so tune in and come prepared! Our panel experts are both members of the Green Clean Schools Leadership Council, and available to provide one-on-one mentorship for other schools looking to build their green cleaning programs. They will be present for networking at the Green Clean Schools Leadership Institute July 26-27. In addition, Kim Thomas will also be presenting on program assessment at the Green Clean Schools Forum at ISSA/INTERCLEAN in October.

All of our Green Clean Schools webinars are designed to be helpful for all green cleaning advocates, including parents, school administrators, teachers, custodial staff and school nurses.

You can be a leader, too! Join us and the Green Clean Schools Leadership Council this July at the Green Clean Schools Leadership Institute as we cultivate the nation’s leaders in school facility management and continue to grow the green cleaning movement. The 2016 Green Clean Schools Leadership Institute will take place July 28-29 at the beautiful Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City, MD. Find out more and register!

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