Welcome to SCPS Recycling Program. The Division practices single stream recycling with the assistance of our contracted Refuse Service Provider, Waste Management. The Division has been practicing recycling at some level for over twenty years. In 2007 the program was rejuvenated during a major overall of programs and policies and now the program consist of a viable and comprehensive recycling program that reflects the sustainable spirit exhibited throughout the Division's schools and operating sites. Comprehensive recycling occurs at every school and operating site every day and not only includes your standard paper, metals and plastics but also includes oils, rubbers, electronics, used printer/copier cartridges, composting and much more. See the link below to obtain a better understanding of the Division's recycling history and its current program.
The Division manages its recycling program through direction from a Division wide recycling committee with membership from all schools, key departments and all operating sites. The committee maintains oversight of the program, co-ordinates annual goals and identifies new efforts.
Current year committee schedule- To be determined
Current monthly scores
If you are interested in getting involved in the recycling committee at your school check out our Schools Recycling Contact List and find your schools recycling committee member or contact Mr. Rob Adams or Mr. Jason Towery for more information.
10th Annual Recycling Challenge Competition
Congratulations to the winners of the 10th Annual Recycling Challenge Competition!
First Half: K.W Barrett ES, A.G Wright Middle/GES, Mountain View HS
Second Half: K.W Barrett ES, A.G Wright Middle/GES, Mountain View HS
Overall: K.W Barrett ES, A.G Wright Middle/GES, Mountain View HS
On behalf of Stafford County Public Schools, we would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to the winning schools for the 10th Annual Recycling Challenge. These schools have shown their dedication to sustainability and have encouraged their students to be environmentally conscious.
Monetary awards will be provided to the winners and the overall yearly winners will be presented with the Recycling Challenge trophy. The monetary awards are as follows:
First 6 Month Winners $250 each school
Second 6 Month Winners $250 each school
Overall Yearly Winners $250 each school
We will continue to allow the schools the freedom to use their monetary awards to be applied to anything that would reward the staff and students on their accomplishments for winning the Recycling Challenge.
Green Education Award Competition
Congratulations to Ginger Beach - Brooke Point High School and Rebecca Musso – Gayle Middle School for winning the 9th- is this right Annual "Green" Education Award for the 2018-2019 School Year!
In an effort to continue to promote environmental stewardship and “Green” sustainable efforts throughout the school division, Facilities Services and the Instruction Department are once again co-sponsoring the 9th Annual “Green” Education Award. The “Green” Education Award is designed to recognize an individual teacher, paraprofessional or staff member who promotes “green” education within their school and/or school division. The Committee selected one winner for the 2018 – 2019 school year.
ANNUAL RECYCLING VIDEO CONTEST
11th Annual Recycling Video Contest- 2018/2019
Congratulations to our winners of the 11th annual recycling video contest! Students across the county sent in videos on the importance of reducing waste. We love the effort and passion that these students displayed in an effort to teach about sustainability to their fellow students. Well done everyone!
The evaluation committee awarded one (1) first place award at the Elementary School, one (1) at the Middle School, and one (1) at the High School level.
Winner: Conway Elementary ES – One Straw at a Time
Winner: Dixon Smith MS - What Sustainability Means to Us
Isabella Kamenicky, Braelynn Greenlaw, Gracie Violette, Camryn DeLeva and Lily Greren
Winner: North Stafford HS – Talk or Play
Thomas Hinkler, Adrian Castro, Tanisha Davis, Liam Velazquez, Marvin Mora-Garcia, Juan Azcona and Jacob Zant
Each group was awarded $500 dollars for their efforts and were invited along with school staff to receive their award at the 6/11/2019 Stafford County Public Schools.