A 2018 Environmental Stewardship Award was awarded to the CPS Science Department for surpassing its goal of removing one million invasive bush honeysuckle plants from Missouri and collecting long-term plant diversity data. The CPS Science curriculum has increased the number of school gardens, field trips and projects, allowing students to take a hands-on approach to learning.
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