YA Eco Mysteries, Memoirs, Novels & Travel
The Orange-Bellied Parrot Mystery
by Sophia R. Morris, Age 10
Vestavia Hills Elementary Central, Teacher Mrs. Fulkerson
Winning Entry in the Eco Mystery Writing Contest
Claire White reached for her cup of cold lemonade, her pale skin once covered in some light shadow, now glinting in the sunlight.
“This is the life isn’t it, girls,” nodding to the two girls beside her. “We can finally relax after solving that jewerly crime.” Maria Monday and Stacy Woods, the girls in lounges beside her murmured “Ya……..” Read More...
On a day filled with sunshine, it was my pleasure and privilege to attend the celebration recognizing the three schools and a university as Alabama Green Ribbon Schools Award Winners for 2015.
Shirley Farrell, State Dept. of Education, with Liz Ellerson of E.A.T. South (Boris Datnow)
Congratulations to the winners:
Bluff Park Elementary School, Hoover City Schools
Lincoln Elementary School, Talladega County Schools
Lincoln High School, Talladega County Schools Read More...
No doubt about it, when Mary’s little lamb came to school it was absolutely against the rules. On Earth Week 2014, however, Traci Ingleright invited friends with fur, feathers and scales to Gwin Elementary as special guests. And indeed the children did laugh, and play, and learn about the fascinating visitors. The event was an awesome experience that will encourage the children to become wise and loving stewards of our natural heritage. Read More...