South Carolina Citizen Journal

January 10, 2008

School District Energy Competition

Filed under: Economy, Education, Environment, South Carolina — Tags: , , , — NotforHire @ 11:10 am

Citizen Journal would like to see every South Carolina school district institute a yearly competition, within each school district, between schools, of which school can use the least energy throughout the school year(per capita), with some sort of commensurate prize awarded to the winning school.

Such a competition will save school district resources, foster healthy competition between schools and can be used as a learning tool in a variety of disciplines as well.


  1. great idea

    Comment by Anonymous — January 10, 2008 @ 1:24 pm

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