Environmental

How to be “green” on the daily

By Natalie Decker    Many Ponte Vedra High School students have proven to be passionate in spreading the green initiative. Whether through school clubs or their own personal changes, every small difference matters. Senior Elizabeth Wainer recently joined the PVHS…

PVHS Photogallery- January

From Animal activism to environmental cleanup, Ponte Vedra students have been busy in the community.

Reduce, reuse, THRIFT?!

By Remy Cush    Old vintage sweaters and big baggy jeans are just a small reward of the thrifting craze that has caught more popularity over the past few years. Buying second hand clothing and other items can help save…

Deck the Chairs, save the environment

  By Natalie Decker The Jacksonville Beach community gathers at Deck the Chairs to view the beautiful lighted sculptures and is immediately drawn to the 100-foot plot of land, holding the massive octopus made almost entirely out of single use…

How to eat “green” at lunch

Choose Reusable. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, every child who brings a brown-bag lunch to school each day generates 67 pounds of waste by the end of the school year. Instead of packing individual snacks in single-use disposable plastic bags…

Environmental

Ways for PVHS to become more eco-friendly

By Evan Fleischer   Local Jacksonville non-profit organization, Beaches Go Green (BGG), is making big moves towards plastic reduction. BGG, centered in Atlantic Beach, aims to educate and inform the community on the effect of waste on the planet. With hopes to eliminate single-use plastic, the revolutionary organization pushed to provide reusable water bottles to all student-athletes at Ponte Vedra High…