Student & Staff Activities


There are a number of green events, activities and initiatives taking place within the district. Below are some of the highlights.

District reduces waste with composting program - F-M News, 11-17-15

F-M schools mark Earth Day with a variety of 'green' activities (video included)  - F-M News, 5-1-15

Elementary students create recycled garden for Earth Day - F-M News, 4-25-14

Elementary school students pilot composting program - F-M News, 3-27-14

Scientists provide F-M students with hands-on ecology lesson - F-M News, 2-28-14

District offers new e-flyer service to become more efficient and ‘green’- F-M News, 10-23-13

F-M environmental club to transform courtyard into wildlife habitat - F-M News, 5-7-13

Milk carton recycling program is underway- F-M News, 5-3-13

Mott Road recycling club ‘greens’ the school- F-M News, 2-25-13

Mott Road students learn a lot from a little dirt- F-M News, 1-31-13

Enders Road students share books while being 'green'- F-M News, 1-8-13

Eagle Hill students listen to well-known environmentalist- F-M News, 12-3-12

F-M High School students study local water quality- F-M News, 10-9-12

Wellwood teams up with Home Depot to renovate courtyard- F-M News, 6-29-12

Families beautify Manlius park entrance- F-M News, 6-19-12

Fayetteville Elementary and town of Manlius celebrate Arbor Day- F-M News, 4-27-12

Global Environment Class Research Project- F-M High School

Fay El students plant about 600 bulbs- F-M News, 10-21-11

Fay El students recycle nearly 5,000 juice pouches- F-M News, 6-16-11

Student group to hold carnival with environmental themes Friday, May 13- F-M News, 5-6-11

ECOS Club collects more than 6,500 used batteries- F-M News, 5-4-11

Students learn, and teach, about sustainability- F-M News, 4-29-11

F-M students learn about global water crisis- F-M News, 4-6-11

F-M High School students and staff volunteer to clean yards- F-M News, 3-17-11

Students learn about climate change and its impact on glaciers- F-M News, 3-16-11 


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