Photo courtesy of Mrs. Patty Mazier | Mrs. Patty Mazier and her students recycle during class Oct. 21. By Hunter Cisiewski ’17 THE ROUNDUP Science teacher Mrs. Patty Mazier and Arizona State University doctoral student Mr. Jorge Ramos have started a campaign to make Brophy more sustainable. Sustainability creates and maintains the conditions under which […]
- by Roundup
- May 10, 2011
The Issue: Brophy has a bright future but needs some changes in order to achieve its full potential.
Our Stance: Adopting changes in our technology program, student health system, campus sustainability and general attitude is necessary.
The Brophy community has grown a lot in recent years, both physically and intellectually.
The growth in different areas has been evident and positive for this school, but there is still progress to be made.
One of the major issues Brophy must further embrace is sustainability on campus.
After the 2010 Summit on the environment, Brophy’s efforts to make the campus more sustainable accelerated, leading to new programs being put in place to foster environmental responsibility on campus.
- by Roundup
- December 3, 2009
Mr. John Michell, the chair of sustainability at Brophy, spoke to an Advanced Placement Environmental Science class Oct. 27 about the school’s sustainability plans.
This board seeks to educate Brophy students, teachers and parents on how to be sustainable, as well as finding ways to make the current campus, the sports campus and other future projects more sustainable.
“Fr. Reese realized that the area of sustainability is very, very important not only to the school but to our community,” Mr. Michell said. Mr. Michell also serves as a Brophy Regent.