The Camarines National High School Youth for Environment in Schools Organization (YES-O) facilitates environmental projects by mobilizing the school through activities like tree planting and parenting (CSNHS Forest Park Project); symposia on environment and health concerns; street and coastal clean-up; environmental campaigns through signage; bulletin announcements; Green film showing; essays and poster making contests; solid waste recovery through Project SAVE; and participation in international Earth-saving events like Green Wave, Earth Hour, etc.
With the school's 'Basura Ko, Dala Ko' and 'Reward System', paper conservation and plastic wrappers policies minimized the solid wastes in the campus. With 'School in a Garden' program, the school maintains mini-garden, mini-forest, urban vegetable garden, orchidarium, big trees and a 3-hectare area in Mt. Isarog National Park. The school also manages Aquaculture Project, Livestock Farming and Project Rain Gauge. School Maintenance and Repairs and Disaster Committees monitor other resources like electricity, waterways and buildings.
Embedded in its vision and mission, school's curricula promote environmental awareness specifically through Family Farming Curriculum (FFC) and Engineering and Science Education Program (ESEP).
Smart Schools Program
The Smart Schools Website is the online component of the Smart Schools Program (SSP), a community service initiative of Smart Communications Inc. that promotes Information and Communications Technology in basic education. The SSP Website provides educators and students access to online materials ranging from curricula, lesson plans and other e-learning resources.
Environment Laws and Educational Materials
The DENR-EMB Electronic Information Resource e-library provides information on environment laws and policies. You may also visit the Environmental Education and Information Division (EEID) website educational materials for air, water, solid waste, and pollution management.
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