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State and National Energy Certification Programs

Schools across Oregon and throughout the nation are being purposeful about reducing, reusing and recycling waste and lowering their reliance on energy. Below are two programs that incentivize and recognize those efforts.

Energy Star

Energy Star certified buildings and plants meet strict energy performance standards set by the EPA. They use less energy, are less expensive to operate, and cause fewer greenhouse gas emissions than their peers. Starting with the first Energy Star certified building in 1999, tens of thousands of buildings and plants across america have already earned EPA's Energy Star for superior energy performance. Learn more at www.energystar.gov.

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ENERGY STAR RATING

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ENERGY STAR RATING

Facilities

 

Lincoln Street

 96

Admin Center

 

Liberty HS

 41

Boys & Girls Club

 

WV McKinney

 81

Brown MS

 68

MEC West

 69

Brookwood ES

 64

MEC East

 89

Butternut Creek

 77

Minter Bridge

 82

Century HS

 84

Mooberry

 70

Eastwood ES

 59

North Plains

 96

Evergreen MS

 91

Orenco

 92

Farmington View

 70

Patterson

 95

Free Orchards

 96

Peter Boscow

(Hillsboro Online Academy)

 

Glencoe HS

 89

Poynter MS

 52

Groner K-8

 88

Quatama

 97

WL Henry

 65

Reedville

 91

Hare Field

 

Rosedale

 88

Hilhi

 89

South Meadows MS

 97

Imlay

 88

LC Tobias

 96

Indian Hills

 24

Transportation

 

Jackson

 98

West Union

 93

Ladd Acres

 82

Witch Hazel

 89

Lenox

 72    

 

Oregon Green Schools

Oregon Green Schools is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting schools in setting up and maintaining effective, permanent waste reduction and resource efficiency programs. Learn more at http://oregongreenschools.org.

HSD's Green Schools are:

  • Farmington View Elementary School
  • Glencoe High School
  • Liberty High School
  • Lincoln Street Elementary School
  • McKinney Elementary School

International Certification Programs

Certain environmental certification programs are recognized worldwide, such as LEED. The Hillsboro School District has buildings that qualify under LEED standards.

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)

LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the most widely used green building rating system in the world. Available for virtually all building, community and home project types, LEED provides a framework to create healthy, highly efficient and cost-saving green buildings.

Mia Hocking
Resource Conservation Manager
503.844.1324

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