I had been fairly busy in the last few weeks, so I'm posting updates all at once. In the past 3 weeks, we’ve tried to organize a garden help out in the school organic garden after school. But due to whether and conflicting events, the attendance wasn't as high is expected. We planned to do a teaching section, weed pulling competition, to nominate the king of the weed, and do some planting. That also gave inspiration to our biology teacher to do a gardening unit for his class, the 8th and 9th graders planted vegetables fruits and flowers, so at least that was pretty good. A lot has been going on at the schoo, open house, Alumni weekend, which led to the removal of Ms. Battery, our battery recycling box, the new baby battery, Ms. Battery's reappearance and redisappearnce. But at least the batteries are all saved. So that's good. I also had an appointment with our school director to talk about how we can make the school a grenner place, and made suggestions. Interestingly enough, I suggested the school to have a movie trip on Earth Day to see the Disney Nature movie African Cats. It didn't work out, but I tried, and I'll show the video clip during the next town meeting to raise awareness. There was a poetry reading event separated from our club last night. Amazingly, quite some people picked poems on the earth or environment to read, which made me feel really happy for the sense of awareness is starting to be built up at school. We made the last try to let people sign up for the Green Your School Challenge grant on Monday, and I really hope we can win. That way, the prize money will be great for us to get started.