PLT School Program
The PLT School Program helps individual schools establish an ongoing commitment to environmental education through regular use of PLT activities. In addition to attending an educator workshop, the school selects a PLT School Coordinator that acts as a liaison between the teaching faculty and the PLT state coordinator.
Principals, PLT-trained educators or facilitators, or Steering Committee members can nominate schools at any time during the year using the PLT School Application.
Requirements to become a PLT school:
- At least 50% of the teaching faculty must have attended a PLT educator workshop.
- The principal has selected a PLT School Coordinator that acts as a liaison between the school and PLT state coordinator.
- The PLT School Coordinator is encouraged to attend a PLT Facilitator training workshop.
Schools may choose between: 1) An officially designated PLT Week where at least 80% of the PLT-trained teachers conduct at least 5 PLT activities or 2) 80% of the PLT-trained teachers conduct at least 5 PLT activities throughout the school year.
Current PLT Schools On-line Annual Report Form
Map of PLT Schools
Click on the buttons to view information about PLT Schools in your community. Use the navigation and zoom slider on the left side of the map to adjust the view and size of the map.
View Florida PLT Schools in a larger map
Current PLT Schools
- Crawfordville Elementary School,Crawfordville
- Lake Butler Elementary, Lake Butler
- Lakeland Christian, Lakeland
- Learning Gate Community, Lutz
- Medart Elementary, Crawfordville
- Montessori School of Navarre, Navarre
- Pelican Island Elementary, Sebastian
- Riversink Elementary, Crawfordville
- Shadeville Elementary, Crawfordville
- St. Michael Lutheran School, Fort Myers
- St. Paul Lutheran School, Lakeland
- Wakulla Educational Center, Crawfordville
- Walden Community School, Winter Park
For additional information about the PLT School Program, contact PLT Central at (352) 846-0848.