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Graham Mesa Students Learning About Light Readings

Norm Brown came in to talk to the GME Energy Club about  lighting requirements for the hallways and classrooms. Students discovered that there is a minimum standard for the amount of light that must be in a classroom and in the hallway. Norm showed the students how to use a light meter to test each space, and the students discovered that our hallways and classrooms were already near the minimum amount required.  Thanks Norm!

ENERGY STAR Partnership

The EPA’s ENERGY STAR program provides our District a solid foundation and direction for first identifying energy waste in our schools and then taking action to eliminate the waste. ENERGY STAR’s Guidelines to Superior Energy Management is a proven approach to help any organization reduce its energy use. When combined with using a building’s ENERGY STAR Rating monthly to focus all parties on improving the rating, everyone gets involved and energy waste is driven from the building, which in turn significantly lowers cost and the amount of Greenhouse Gases put into our atmosphere. We at Garfield Re-2 School District recommend everyone visit ENERGY STAR'S Guidelines for Superior Energy Management and learn how this wonderful program can help your organization and/or your home save energy.

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