Application deadline is March 1, 2020. Do not submit application until January 2020 at the earliest. Forms must be turned in to your Michigan Green School County Coordinator no later than March 1, 2020 to be eligible.Contact your County Coordinator to verify where the form should be sent and whether they prefer postal mail, fax, or email. We offer the form in two formats, as a Word document and as an Adobe Acrobat PDF file. It is recommended that MAC users download and use the Word version of the application. The PDF file allows you to type in your text, or you can print it out and fill it out manually. The form fillable PDF will provide check boxes to assist applicant schools in fulfilling the requirements to become a Michigan Green School. You may either print out the completed form and mail/fax it or email the electronic file to your County Coordinator (please check with them to see which they prefer). PDF files require that Adobe Acrobat Reader (free download) or the full version of Adobe Acrobat is installed on your computer. Please make sure that your Adobe Acrobat Reader is up to date before filling out the Michigan Green School PDF Application. Your organization may require you to obtain clearance before installing software; please check with your IT or computer tech personnel for assistance.This is where you can download the application form to apply for Green School status. If you are just starting, take a look at the form to get an idea of what your school will be required to do. On the application form, you'll need to document at least 10 Green School Points. Emerald Awards require 15 points and the highest award, Evergreen is 20 points.
**Kim Rinehart is the coordinator for Wexford-Missaukee and Manistee