March 19, 2015
NEW — 6 a.m. March 19, 2015
Inspired by TED Talks, Liberty High School will present its second annual STARtalks on March 20.
Each 10-minute STARtalk will speak to concerns and strategies for managing polluted stormwater runoff. The framework is based on the new STAR Community Rating System for ranking the sustainability of cities nationwide.
STARtalks will be offered three times during the day, at 7:30 and 9:05 a.m., and at 12:50 p.m. Each 45-minute assembly features experts from the field as well as student speakers with a new group of three speakers presenting in each time slot.
May 13, 2014
Liberty High School students are keenly aware their school is undergoing a major modernization project, but they might not know the intricate details about the new building’s environmental friendliness.
Liberty’s renovation was part of a large-scale discussion at the school last month when the school’s Sustainability Ambassadors hosted three assemblies about green-building practices.
The discussions, titled STAR Talks (Sustainability Tools for Assessing and Rating) were designed to give the student body a taste for what the new wave of building standards look like, particularly in regard to schools.
April 1, 2014
Inspired by TED Talks, Liberty High School is introducing its own forum to share ideas about building a culture of sustainability.
Liberty’s STARTalks, set for April 3, will feature three presentations about how sustainability fits in the classroom. STAR stands for Sustainability Tools for Assessing and Rating, the nation’s first self-reporting system for measuring progress on sustainable community conditions.