The 2018-19 Way To Go! School Challenge is back! All K–12 schools in Vermont are encouraged to get on board to battle carbon pollution.
Way to Go! School Challenge–NZV partners with more than two-dozen entities to coordinate this popular program all year long and over 65 K-12 schools are registered and participating. Encouraging thousands of Vermonters of all ages to choose more efficient travel options.
This year, organizers have a special school challenge, offering the top K-12 School the chance to win a PowerFlower solar tracker from AllEarth Renewables, as well as other great products from Vermont businesses including Darn Tough Socks, QOR360, faculty can earn VEHI Path Points from Vermont School Boards Insurance Trust, and bike racks from Local Motion.
A key goal is to grow a culture of smart travel choices and practices in sustainable transportation throughout the school year. This project is expanding curriculum-based learning about the future transportation system and the need to be more efficient from Vermont Energy Education Program (VEEP).
The Way to Go! Challenge is a fun event, includes points you can earn throughout the school year. Check out the many ways to participate to earn great incentives and advance ideas on how to travel more efficiently all year long.
Learn more at http://www.waytogovt.org.