April 18, 2013
MPH Middle School students will be at Green Lakes State Park Friday, April 26, to work on natural resource stewardship projects and learn about conservation and ecology issues. It’s part of a five-year partnership between MPH and Green Lakes. Continue reading
May 17, 2012
Be sure to pick up the new Manlius Pebble Hill School Green Initiatives Map at tomorrow’s Red, White and Green Day! Created by 2005 MPH graduate Courtney Stewart, the map will take you on a walking tour of the green sites on campus.
March 29, 2012
Manlius Pebble Hill’s annual Red and White Day is going green! The exciting day of games and athletic contests this year will also be a celebration of the School’s environmental sustainability initiatives.
March 22, 2012
The early spring weather has many of us eager to get a jump on the growing season. At MPH, the community garden already is being prepped for a new round of crops – tomorrow, a rototiller will be brought in to cultivate the soil.
October 11, 2011
The new MPH community garden and school-wide composting initiative continues to attract local attention. Continue reading
September 5, 2011
Last spring, an idea began to sprout for a possible school-wide community garden. When Manlius Pebble Hill students and their families return to campus next week, they will find 1,700 sq. feet of raised beds and garden space ready for four seasons of food production and yearlong learning. Continue reading
August 18, 2011
Three MPH Upper School students think a walk through downtown Syracuse could have you seeing green. Anna Driscoll, Polly Englot, and Alex Verbeck have created a walking tour of green points of interest in the city of Syracuse
May 25, 2011
Manlius Pebble Hill School Wednesday began installing 117 solar energy panels atop the Bradlee building. MPH is the first commercial enterprise in the Town of DeWitt to install solar panels. Continue reading
May 13, 2011
Students in Pre-K through Fifth Grade took part Friday, April 29 in the Lower School’s annual Stewardship Day at Green Lakes State Park. Continue reading