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Utica Alternative Learning Center students were honored for achieving emerald status for their school.

Fourteen Utica Community Schools have been honored for going green!

Schools were honored by the Macomb County Board of Commissioners on April 15. 

Schools must participate in up to 20 listed environmental and energy savings activities to receive recognition.

The Green School effort has been embraced by schools in Utica Community Schools. Across the district, "green" activities are in place that include such things as recycling paper, creating a birdhouse habitat, using five percent less energy at the school, or establishing a Michigan Garden Project with native plants.



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Christine M. Johns, Ed.D.

Superintendent of Schools

The Spirit of Utica Community Schools

Our school district vision includes a focus on developing students into “productive, contributing members of their society.”

Through this focus, our students are demonstrating the care, compassion and service to others that also represent the fabric of our community.

This shared vision we have with our families and residents is never more evident than this time of year, when our staff and students support more than 200 charities.

Superintendent Christine Johns' Column>>

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