Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico - The American School of Puerto Vallarta (ASPV) has developed a Sustainability and Community Outreach department that encourages its students to get involved in caring for their environment through sustainable practices and community service projects.
The ASPV Sustainability Project uses the Compass Education model, which gives students a systems-thinking framework in which to define potential areas of improvement and inspires both staff and students to lead these initiatives.
All of these activities culminate in the annual Sustainability and Service Fair, a dynamic, educational and interactive family event designed by the founder of entreamigos, Nicole Swedlow, to demonstrates how strong our community can be when we come together.
Everyone is invited to attend this free event, which will be held on Tuesday, April 9, from 5:00-8:00 pm on the ASPV campus, located at Albatros 129 in Marina Vallarta.
In addition to showcasing the students' work, more than 20 local vendors and organizations are expected to attend. Vendors will provide demonstrations and information about the Banderas Bay ecosystem, innovative new LEED building techniques, and give attendees the opportunity to purchase locally made sustainable items of all kinds.
Make plans now to attend the Sustainability and Service Fair at the American School of Puerto Vallarta on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. Filled with fun, games and surprises this free community event is one you don't want to miss!aspv.edu.mx.