St Jerome High School, Kashi-Mira take up the “My School Saves Water” Challenge!

November 22, 2011

We found ourselves today at St. Jerome High School Kashi-Mira nice and early for our first session here for the Green Schools Campaign’s second edition. A new entrant in the Green School’s Campaign, the students for the session included boys and girls from the Eighth Standard; all wondering what was in store for this special session. All bright and bubbly, we ourselves wondered what was in store for us.

The session began with Fr. Savio telling the students about the Green Schools Campaign, and the work that GreenLine has been doing. He then took them totally into the session by easing them into questions on water, and their attitude towards it. This was followed by GreenLine’s mini-documentary on Respecting and Valuing Water, a look at the city’s water problems, and a number of different outlooks towards the same. 

Following this, Jessica told the students present about different stats on water that the city of Bombay and India have. The third part of the session was conducted by Alden, which included a number of different activities for the students to complete in the “My School Saves Water” Challenge. Going by the enthusiasm and positive response that we got over here, we at GreenLine are already sure this will be a school for others to look out for!

All the best to all of the students from St. Jerome High School!


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