Presentation at the LCPS Wild Student Leadership Conference Tuesday Nov. 7th, 2023 at Dominion High school. Made great connections with students and teachers on the environmental issues in Loudoun county and the ways that they can get involved.
Good job to this years LCPS winners of the Regional Science and Engineering fair:
Each year Keep Loudoun Beautiful sponsors the winners of the special awards for environmental projects.
First place winner earning $300 is Prescott Noll from Woodgrove HS
Second place winner earning $200 is Anna Showalter from Academy of engineering and technology
Third place winners earning $50 each Evalynn Bogusz and Keerthi Selvam from Academy of Science
3rd annual video contest winners for 2023:
Recycling Do’s and Don’ts-
First place: We keep loudoun beautiful by Lori Stone The academies of Loudoun (Green earth club) – $200
Recycling do’s and don’ts by Grady Buffalo from Eagle Ridge MS $100
Link to both:
First Place: Halloween jars by Ellie Weber from Eagle Ridge MS $200
First place overall-
We keep Loudoun beautiful- $200
Thank you students for participating in KLB’s third annual video contest.
2nd Annual Video Contest Full List of Winners from 2022
Congratulations to all the winners!
1st Annual Video Contest Full List of Winners from 2021
1st. Place Title: Sustainability Haul
By Sydney Weber, Briar Woods HS
– Litter Prevention
1st. Place Title: You Keep Loudoun Beautiful
By Regina Vanessa Ortiz, Briar Woods HS
2nd. Place Title: Littering Do’s and Don’ts – A Short Movie by the Dominion Earth Club
By Nick Inra, Dominion HS
– Composting / Food Cycle
1st Place Title: Composting for Dummies 101
By Kavya Lalith, Briar Woods HS
– DIY / Upcycling
1st Place Title: Up cycling-by Dominion Earth Club
By Ella Wolok, Dominion HS
2nd Place Title: Gingy’s Guide To Recycling And Repurposing
By Emily Figueroa, Loudoun County HS
Grand Prize: You Keep Loudoun Beautiful
by: Regina Vanessa Ortiz, Briar Woods HS
Congratulations to all the winners! See you next year!
If you have any question please reach out to our Youth coordinator Diana Weber at firstname.lastname@example.org
Poster & Essay Contest
For more than 15 years, KLB organized a poster & essay contest with elementary students around Loudoun County, as well as private and home-based schools. The posters and essays contained the themes of reducing, reusing, recycling, ecology, litter clean-up, composting & beautification.You can see all the beautiful art created by these talented kids in the links below.
Starting next year, we are planning on converting this contest to a Video contest. Stay tuned for details by the end of the year!
Click on the links below to view the web pages that show the poster and essay winners from previous school years.