Environmental Education and Awareness Committee



The Environmental Education and Awareness Committee (EEAC) provides a forum in which students, parents, faculty and classified staff of Oak Park Unified School District (OPUSD) can discuss issues and recommend action regarding environmental education and sustainability programs in OPUSD. The goals of the committee are to:
  • Increase awareness and integrate environmental education into curricula
  • Implement programs designed to prevent and/or reduce waste
  • Ensure safe toxic-free school campuses
  • Eliminate chemical pesticide and fertilizer use on school campuses
  • Foster environmental learning through school gardens
  • Increase availability of sustainable transit to school, walk to school days and carpooling
  • Devise green buying guidelines for school campuses
  • Coordinate community and school events related to environmental education and awareness
Walk to School Day - Earth Day 2015  - Wednesday, April 22
Walk To School Day  
Wormiversity at Brookside School during Earth Week 2015  
MCMS Ventura County Science Fair Winners
Science Fair Winners 2015  
Sustainability Award  
State Senator Fran Pavley presenting Sustainability Award.  Featured are Idea to Impact project students, event organizer and EEAC chairperson, Keyla Treitman, and Superintendent Tony Knight