Green Scene is filmed and produced by the Arlington Educational Television Department (AETV) in cooperation with the Arlington Public Schools Department of School and Community Relations. Stay tuned for more information regarding cable broadcast times as we transition to our HD channel. You can watch our entire library on YouTube by clicking here.
Green Scene: Solar Panel Installation
In the latest episode of Green Scene, staff highlights the installation of solar panel arrays at Fleet, Tuckahoe and Washington-Liberty. The installation of these arrays is part of an agreement that APS signed last year with Sun Tribe Solar of Charlottesville. Not only do the solar panels provide energy at a discounted rate, they provide learning opportunities for students.
Previous APS Green Scene Episodes
The Yorktown Environmental Club created a composting program at the school to help the environment.
In this week’s Green Scene video, students at Drew Model learn about the weather and its impact on the environment from NBC Washington Chief Meteorologist Doug Kammerer as a part of Drew Model’s new STEAM initiative.
In this week’s episode, Green Scene visits Jamestown Elementary School and talks with Principal Kenwyn Schaffner and teacher Dani Greene about how teachers incorporate outdoor education to help develop the fine motor and linguistic skills of young students by teaching them to have a connection with nature.
In this week’s episode, Green Scene visits students at Campbell Elementary School, who are using their writing and artistic skills to create a flyer for the community about using the ART bus to get around town.
In this week’s episode, Green Scene highlight’s Washington-Lee High School teacher Kate Miller and her recent expedition to the South Pole with Jim Madsen and the Ice Cube Neutrino Observatory team. This past winter, Miller participated as a research team member in an authentic scientific expedition in Antarctica, joining other K-12 teachers who worked in […]
In this week’s episode of Green Scene, students collect food and yard waste to be composted and used in their outdoor garden.