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Below are the Clean and Beautiful Activities for Grades 9-12. Each activity is worth points! Some activities are graded automatically for correctness and some are not. When you submit an activity, a popup will show with either the points you gained or a button to click that will award you points after completing the activity. The page may need refreshed to show points earned.
All activities can be completed multiple times, but can only collect points once per day. You must be registered and logged in to gain and track points! To track your points, click "My Profile". This will show your overall total points and a breakdown of how they were earned!
Good luck, make Spencer proud!
Let's keep Prince George's County Litter-free Clean Beautiful Proud Together!
Mission 1: Looking Back to Move Forward
Complete the crossword puzzle below to review what we have learned! To fill in the crossword puzzle, click a box and type the corresponding letter then click the next box or hit the enter key to move down the row or column to finish typing the word. Incorrect answers highlight red and correct answers will highlight green!
Mission 2: Keeping It Clean in The Neighborhood
Organize a cleanup for your street and ask others in your household to join you.
Download the PGCLitterTRAK application on your smart phone or tablet to help Prince George’s County keep track of the type and amount of litter collected during your cleanup.
This mission has 2 steps! When you are finished with Step 1: Consider the 5 W's, click the Next button to complete Step 2: Post Cleanup Observations.
MISSION 3: POLLUTION PREVENTION POLICY
1. Cigarettes and filters
2. Food wrappers and containers
3. Bottle caps and lids
5. Plastic bottles
6. Plastic bags
Mission 4: Using Art as a Tool for Engagement
Many people are unaware that our storm drains release water directly into our local waterways
like the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers. This means that if people throw trash in or near the
storm drain it has a direct route to our rivers.
Activity: Design your own storm drain. Draw or write a message to discourage people from
littering in the storm drain. Let them know where the water goes.
Mission 5: Inspire Others to Act
Getting rid of Putrid the Polluter is going to take teamwork.
Which Action Will You Choose?
Activity: Create your social media campaign.
Purpose: To inspire others to take action so that we will collectively reduce our impact on the environment.