SRP - Energy Conservation Project
Mrs. Rednour and Mrs. Delmoe - Edison Energy Coaches
SRP Poster Contest Winners
Edison students entered their artistic work in the SRP calendar contest for 2019. Students competed in levels for 3 areas... K-2, 3-4, 5-6
SRP staff selected our site winners for the contest. Winners received a fun SRP bottle filled with treats and movie tickets for them to enjoy.
Edison's 2018 Winners
· Jennifer H., 5th grade, Mrs. Delmoe
· Emma L., 6th grade, Ms. McCullar
· Susan E., 5th grade, Ms. Riccolo
· Debanhi C., 5th grade, Mrs. Delmoe
· Yazmine M., 4th grade, Ms. Freshley
· Max S., 1st grade, D’Anna
· Sakina A., 1st grade, D’Anna
· We depend on electricity to make our lives more
comfortable and enjoyable. Electricity is the form of energy that provides
power for lighting, communication, heating and cooling, and appliances with
movement and motion.
Last year, Edison spent almost $109,000 for site electricity. We hope to cut that by over 5% this year.
Edison Energy News
Edison was featured in the SRP newsletter for our work to promote energy conservation. Thanks to all of our staff for their help in reducing Edison's power usage.
Edison is participating in the SRP School of Energy Program. The SRP School of Energy is an interactive program designed to engage teachers, students, administration, and facilities personnel in energy conservation efforts by changing behaviors and improving facilities efficiency. SRP has provided our coaches with training and classroom resources designed to increase energy literacy, conservation, and awareness at our school. We plan to accomplish a reduction of energy consumption at our school through staff and student education, hands-on classroom activities, and positive changes to energy consumption behavior on our school campus.
By increasing energy awareness in staff, students, and the community we are all able to make smarter choices about how we use energy. Reduced energy usage shrinks our impact on the environment and has long term benefits the entire world can benefit from. By spending less on energy our school will have more money for the things that matter most and make for a better future as a result!
Holiday Power Saving- Edison Staff
Please use this
checklist to ensure you have powered everything down before the holiday break.
Together we can save our school money and help the environment!
Unplug computer charging carts from the outlet and power down teacher desktop
Shut down student computers and monitors
Power off projectors and document cameras
Manually turn off all lights
Unplug microwaves, coffee makers, other small appliances
Unplug or power-off copy machines
ÿ Unplug any other
miscellaneous items in your room (i.e. sharpeners, cell phone chargers, scent
Turn down your thermostat down
Energy Notes-Why Conserve?
Why Conserve? It impacts our resources, pollution and finances.
The average home spends about $1600 annually for energy delivery and use.
Schools in the U.S. spent $6 billion for energy last year.
In AZ, 25% of energy is for air conditioning. 15% of energy use is for heating.
Site Usage 2017
November 2017 Summary:
· Your energy consumption for November is 11,920 kWh lower than last year, that’s a 15% reduction!
October 2017 Summary:
· Your energy consumption for October is 9,360 kWh lower than last year (about 9%)
September 2017 Summary:
· Your energy consumption for September is 5,880 kWh lower than last year (about 5%)
· Demand decreased slightly
· Average daily usage is also lower than last year
· The average temperature was about 1 degree higher than last year
Edison reduces site energy use by 10% Currently in 2nd place for reduced use with MPS schools...
Room 4 - Ms. Morris won the class energy competition.
Room 33- Energy Shirts
How can you save energy at home? Think about things you have learned that could help your family save away from school.
Room 8 - SRP Shirts
class pic - rm 8
Tips to Save
Ways to be involved in the Energy Education and Savings Mission:
· Keep classroom and building doors that open outdoors closed
· Report any issues with heating, cooling, or leaks to facilities for repair
· Manually turn off lights when not in your classroom
· Use natural lighting when possible
· Avoid leaving your 1:1 technology charging cart plugged in longer than needed.
· Shut down computers at the end of the day
· Turn off your projector, document camera, and/or interactive white board when not in use
· Avoid unnecessary appliances in your classroom when shared appliances are available (microwave, refrigerator, water cooler)
· Identify Vampire appliance use and use power strips or unplug them when not in use
· Involve students by teaching about energy, energy sources, and conservation
· Practice energy conservation in your classroom and assign energy saving jobs to students
· Be on the lookout and share additional ways to reduce energy use on campus with Energy Coaches.