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Green Schools

Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland established a Green Building Program in 2003. The program implements high-performance and green building strategies that include staff training, design standard reviews and LEED certification for all new school construction. A LEED pilot school, Great Seneca Creek Elementary School in Germantown, opened in 2006 and is Maryland's first LEED-certified school. The same year, Montgomery County passed a requirement that all public schools be certified by a third party at a minimum LEED-Silver level, including county schools.


C. N. ROBINSON LIGHTING SUPPLY CO.

4318 Washington Blvd · Baltimore, Maryland 21227
(410) 242-4172 (D.C. & VA Area) 1-800-545-0441
FAX: (410) 644-8827 · (MD Area) 1-800-545-0440

CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE LIGHTING:

201 Davis Drive, Ste BB
Sterling, VA 20164
PHONE: (571) 323-7590 · FAX: (571) 323-7596