Local Schools Undergo Evaluation for Sustainable & Eco-Friendly Schools Search

At least 22 local schools in San Carlos City undergo an evaluation for the 6th San Carlos City Search for Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Schools by the City Environment Management Office (CEMO) from June 15-17, 2020.

Different evaluators watching the powerpoint presentation during the SCC Search for Sustainable and Eco-Friendly
Schools at the C. Alger Community Center

Finalists to the said contest include 20 elementary schools and 2 high schools where their representatives were given time to show thru a powerpoint presentation their respective best practices since the evaluating team cannot do the usual on-site validations because of the covid-19 threat.

Criteria of the said annual contest include environmental related aspects, environmental dimensions on school operations, environment-related features in school curriculum, presence of eco-organizations and partners or linkages on the different programs, projects and activities.

Among the evaluators are Engr. Magnolia Antonio, City Planning & Development Coordinator Officer, Conservation Fellow of the Coastal Resources Management Division Melvin Maglayon and Provincial Environment Management Office Community Development Assistants Sheila Joan Bautista and Ria Dada.

The San Carlos City Search for Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Schools is part of the 10th Localized Environment Week.