Clean & Green School Contest

flower bedThe Clean & Green School Contest promotes environmental education and campus beautification in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County schools. Through the contest, Keep Winston-Salem Beautiful hopes to identify role model schools who exemplify environmental stewardship.

This contest is conducted each year during Earth week in April. Representatives from KWSB and the Garden Club Council judge public schools on beautification and environmental education programs. Flags, certificates, and plaques, are awarded. There are two levels of winners, Excellence Award Winners and Campus Winners. Both levels receive a certificate and Clean & Green flag. Excellence Award Winners also receive a plaque. 

The 2019 Clean & Green Winners

Most Improved:

  • Forest Park Elementary 
  • Speas Elementary 
  • Kennedy High School

Most Creative Projects:

  • Lewisville Elementary 
  • Morgan Elementary 
  • Special Children's School

Most Increased Participation

  • Kimberly Park Elementary
  • Reagan High School
  • West Forsyth High School

Best Use of Native Plants:

  • Jefferson Elementary 
  • Piney Grove Elementary
  • Hanes Magnet

Other Clean & Green Winners

Elementary Schools:

  • Ashley
  • Caleb's Creek
  • Cash
  • Clemmons
  • Cook Literacy Model
  • Downtown
  • Easton
  • Ibraham 
  • Julian Gibson
  • Kernersville
  • Konnoak
  • Meadowlark
  • Moore Magnet School
  • North Hills
  • Old Richmond
  • Petree
  • Rural Hall
  • Sedge Garden
  • Southwest
  • Union Cross
  • Vienna
  • Walkertown
  • Whitaker

Middle Schools:

  • Jefferson 
  • Lowrance
  • Wiley

High Schools:

  • Carter
  • Carver
  • East Forsyth
  • Mt. Tabor
  • Walkertown

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