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    Gurrie Green Team

    The Gurrie Green Team is a sustainability club in its third year of existence. This club was developed as a part of a language arts project aimed at making District 105 more sustainable and eco-friendly. Our mission is to change our daily behaviors in order to reduce energy consumption and create a more sustainable community. Green Team members are local stewards for the environment with activities including composting cafeteria food waste, recycling properly, reducing energy consumption in our schools, and, coming soon, building and maintaining Gurrie Middle School's first organic garden! We have a working partnership with Siemens Inc., a world-wide leader specializing in energy efficient technologies, and Northwestern University to help educate our students and community. If you have any questions or suggestions, please email and let us know.


  • Check out our slideshows!

    View our photo slideshows of the garden construction project and our recent trip to the Northwestern Campus where we learned about biodegradable plastics and watched Northwestern play Baylor at Welsh-Ryan Arena.

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  • Green Team in the News!

    Check out The Doings-La Grange website to read our recent article about our new courtyard garden.
    Follow this link: http://lagrange.suntimes.com/news/8767184-418/students-resting-before-spring-planting-at-gurrie-middle-school-in-la-grange.html

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  • Maple Lake Cleanup

    On Friday, October 21st our Green Team and Northwestern mentors took an after-school trip to Maple Lake to help clean up trash along the shore and in the woods. In typical Green Team/EMM fashion, thirty students volunteered their weekend time towards environmental service. Way to make our planet a little bit cleaner...keep up the good work!

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    Northwestern Basketball Game!

    The Gurrie Green Team has been invited to Northwestern University on Sunday, December 4th to see the Wildcats play Baylor University! We'll be taken on a short tour of the campus and science labs before the game. Permission slips will be available Monday and only the first 40 slips returned will be able to join us.

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  • Carbon Footprint Calculator

    Follow the steps and find out what kind of footprint you're leaving on our Earth.

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Discussion Topics

  • Electronic Recycling Drive before Christmas break!

    Posted by Steven Driscoll on 12/1/2010 2:13:02 PM

    Please post suggestions for spreading the word on the upcoming electronic recycling drive...

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  • "Green" Videos
    Assorted videos on topics such as industrialized farming, bottled water and electronics.


  • Driscoll, Mr.

    Email: sdriscoll@d105.net

    Eigel, Mr.

    Email: meigel@d105.net