Use PowerPoints, SMART Boards, Google Docs, Elmos or other projection devices to present to classes. Students can take notes on what they need, rather than printing out a copy of class materials for each student.
Reminding students and coworkers of simple environmentally conscience habits, such as recycling paper, cans, and plastic and reducing printing usage, helps make the District a little greener every day.
Making class sets for in-class activities that are used year to year can save paper in the future, too. Also, having students take notes or write answers on a separate sheet of notebook paper means fewer copies have to be made of class activities.