Energy Education

  • Welcome to the SUSD Energy Education Website. Our focus is on sustainability and reducing our carbon footprint.

     


    Thank you to everyone who came out to work at the Earth Day Celebration and thank you to our guests who came out despite the weather to learn ways to live a greener life. We are already planning for our event next year!

     

    LOGO and PICTURE CONTEST:

    Congratulations to Meilani Degala from Merlo Institute of Environmental Technology for winning the Energy Education Logo Contest. She and her classmates enjoyed a pizza party sponsored by Jermaine Reece, Energy Education Specialist.

    Mr. Alvarado from Merlo, his student Meilani who won the logo contest and Energy Education Specialist Jermaine Reece]

     

     

    **NEW**

    CLICK HERE: Purple Air Monitoring Dashboard

    In a partnership with University of California, Merced we are able to provide Purple Air Monitors for our buildings. By selecting the link above, you can check the air quality around your school site using the Purple Air Real-Time map. Some schools are live now, others coming soon.

     

    UPDATED: Click here to see our Solar Dashboard

     

    Saving Money & Reducing Emissions to Save our Planet is important to us at Stockton Unified.

     

The Pathway to ZERO Emissions

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    eTRIP

    The Stockton Unified School District is dedicated to enhancing our environmental impact. We are firmly committed to playing our role in reducing air pollution, and we are proud to collaborate with the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District through their Employee Trip Reduction Program, known as eTRIP. This program has been specifically developed to promote the adoption of alternative transportation options, ride-sharing, and various other strategies aimed at diminishing the number of miles traveled by our employees in their vehicles.

    The program has been implemented at the four comprehensive high schools, to start. For more information, visit the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District Website

    eTRIP Program Information

     

    Electric Buses

    In an effort to reduce our carbon footprint, one thing we are doing is adding more electric buses. This allows us to cut pollutants and climate-altering greenhouse gas emissions while keeping noise levels to a minimum. Another way we are improving conditions for our students and staff.

    Electrical Buses
     

    Why ZERO Energy Schools?

     

     

Contact

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    Jermaine Reece
    Energy Education Specialist
    Office: (209) 933-7045 ext. 2890
    Mobile/Text: (209) 921-0629


    1944 El Pinal Drive
    Stockton, CA 95205