Schools for Climate Action Congressional Advocacy Day 3.28.19 Interest Form
Please use this form to indicate your interest in participating in the Schools for Climate Action campaign's Congressional Advocacy Day on Thursday, March 28th. We need help from DC area students, teachers, parents, and climate advocates to hand-deliver school board and student council climate action resolutions to all 535 Congressional offices. We want to make sure all members of Congress understand that education sector leaders from across the country believe that Congress has a moral imperative to act on climate change to protect students. We will provide a webinar training in mid-March and more specifics as details develop. Thank you so much for your interest!
What is your first name?
What is your last name?
What is your school stakeholder category? Check all that apply:
other school staff
school board member or former school board member
recent K-12 graduate
Which school or school district are you affiliated with?
Alice Deal Middle School in DC Public Schools
Ellington School for the Arts in DC Public Schools
Any other school in DC Public Schools (please specify name of the school in "other" below)
Any school in Fairfax County Public Schools (please specify name of school in "other" below)
Lowell School in DC
Any school in Montgomery County, MD (please specify the name of the school in "other" below)
River Hill High School in Maryland.
Any other school in Howard County, MD (please specify the name of the school in "other" below)
Any school in Arlington County, VA (please specify the name of the school in "other" below)
N/A not a student
If you volunteer to support the Schools for Climate Action Congressional Climate Advocacy Day, can you commit to the following? (Please check all that apply):
Using respectful language and tone
Avoiding negative back-and-forths on social media related to S4CA or in person
Using non-partisan language
Participating in a 1 hour training webinar prior to the March 28th event
If you are under 18: sharing information about this event with your parents and getting their consent to participate in this event
Sharing information about the S4CA campaign with your networks, especially students and teachers
Sending at least 1outreach email to a student council or school board that has not yet passed a climate action resolution (we can provide email templates that make this fast and easy to do)
If you are a student: speaking with your school and teachers about this event before hand so that it will be an excused absence
If you are a student, what is your grade?
Recent HS graduate (past two years)
If you are a student and you are participating in this as part of a club or class, what is the name of your teacher or club sponsor?
If you are a student and you are participating in this as part of a club (or student council), what is the name of your club or student council?
If you are a teacher, club sponsor, or adult organizer of a group of youth who are attending, what is the name of your group and about how many students do you expect to attend?
How certain are you that you will be able to participate in the morning of Thursday, March 28th? If we get enough participants, we expect the entire event to last from 9:00 am until 12:30 or 1:00.
I can definitely make it.
I plan to make it, but I am not 100% certain.
I will probably make it.
I might not be able to make it, but I wanted to register so I can receive updates.
Are you a member of any of the following organizations or groups? (Check all that apply)
Young Voices for the Planet staff, advisors, or supporters
Citizens' Climate Lobby
This is Zero Hour
Our Children's Trust
National Education Association
American Federation of Teachers
Students for Carbon Dividends
Put a Price on It
Is there anything else?
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