A week prior to the Get There Green
Challenge, the students gathered pre-data
through an online survey carpool counting, and school air quality
levels. The online survey received the results
from 150 students. 3 APES students went to the carpool canopy
from Monday to Friday the week prior and gathered data on the amount of students
that get dropped off to school. The students also collected data on the
ozone levels at the school, specifically the
carpool canopy. The data shows that the ozone levels were
180 ppb, indicating a purple color. Back to you
guys. You said Get There Green Week? Is a very
cool event for this week. I learned a lot and ate a lot of organic food.
The best part is free food. APES Teacher at Northview High School
Jason Weinberger As mentioned earlier, the students gathered
pre-data to analyze the changes after Get
There Green week. The post survey received the results from 40
students and the results show an increase in
carpooling and a increase in awareness of idling The APES students counted the number of
cars in the carpool area of the school the
week after and the results show that the number of individual students dropped off
in the mornings have decreased. The data collection from the school campus
ozone levels after Get There Green week
were 150 ppb, indicating a lighter color. It is obvious that the initiative to promote a
cleaner community and a reduction on air
pollution demonstrated success. GET THERE GREEN (Chinese) GET THERE GREEN (Hebrew) GET THERE GREEN (Spanish)