School starts first Texas chapter of Earth Scouts
Cunae International School, an International Baccalaureate Program-based private school located in the Creekside Park village of The Woodlands, now offers membership in the first Texas chapter of Earth Scouts.
Open to all area students, the Cunae chapter will meet on Mondays, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the school's campus. Cost for participation in the Earth Scouts program is $40 per month.
Earth Scouts was developed in 2002 by Earth Charter U.S. to encourage school-aged youth to make a difference in their world by working towards a caring, peaceful and sustainable world.
The mission statement reads, Changing the world one fun badge at a time children and youth working together to make the Earth Charter a reality at home and in the community."
Badges are earned in such areas as human rights, economic justice, participatory democracy, and respect for nature.
For more information on Earth Scouts, visit www.earthscouts.org, or to find out more about Cunae International School, visit www.DoorToMySchool.com, or contact Director Anji Price at 281-516-3770.
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