Available to public, private and parochial schools from K-4 thru high
school. The educational presentations help promote the message of the Clean
Campus Program throughout Mobile County. Over 8,500 students participated in classroom presentations and signed the KMB pledge during the last school
year. Age appropriate materials are available for students and educational materials are available for teachers.
Clean Campus Litter Clean-Up Team
K-4 thru 3rd Grade
The early childhood program uses stories and songs to present the KMB message. Students learn what litter is and why we shouldn’t litter. Other topics include storm drain education, basic recycling of paper, aluminum and plastic, and what we can do to make the world a more beautiful place.
Great American Cleanup Volunteers
5th thru 8th Grade
The interactive presentation is designed to help students think about the causes and the effects of their actions on the environment. The presentation includes information about :
-Litter – the causes, the legal and environmental consequences
- Recycling - why and what we recycle, the recycling process, and how students can get involved
- Beautification – our responsibility to our world to plant trees and shrubs
High school students at Christmas Tree Recycling
Presentations are available for school environmental groups, service clubs, science classes and drivers education classes. Students can earn credit for community volunteer service hours.
Keep Mobile Beautiful Volunteers
Recycling Center Tours
Tours of the Mobile Metro Recycling Center can be scheduled for small groups. This is a perfect activity for Girl Scout and Boy Scout troops. Presentations and tours can be scheduled by contacting us here.
Sparky, our Mascot with a Volunteer
Presentations are also available for community groups, senior centers, civic organizations and other groups in Mobile County.
Litter Grabbers in Action
Keep Mobile Beautiful's Clean Campus Program educates students
and faculty of public, parochial and private schools about the importance
of caring for our environment through Litter Prevention, Recycling, and
Beautification. Our educator visits schools throughout the year to teach
lessons about how each of us should take individual responsibility to
care for and preserve our environment.
Wingard, teaching at America Recycles Day
Our Outreach Coordinator, Phyllis Wingard, is a retired educator with a passion for the environment. Phyllis taught kindergarten for 27 years, but also served 18 years as a KMB volunteer and education committee member. After retirement, she joined KMB, Inc. as the Outreach Coordinator.