Stockton Earth Day Festival
Stockton Earth Day Festival

Coastal Cleanup
Coastal Cleanup

Campus Cleanup
Campus Cleanup

Stockton Earth Day Festival
Stockton Earth Day Festival

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The Environmental Awareness Club is a school-wide organization aiming to help Tokay High School go green! 


Our current goals include raising awareness of the environmental issues our world faces, both locally and around the globe. We also want to stay active in our community and stay informed of local environmental policies and decisions. 

 

The current officers of the club are: Julie Fukunaga (President), Kristen Fukunaga (Vice President), Avneet Gill (Treasurer), Sophie Chen (Secretary), Jessica Kaye (Historian)+ Xitlaly Fernandez (Public Relations coordinator), Geraldine Fabro (Sergeant at arms).

Club advisor:  Mrs. Starr

 

Please contact any of these people for questions or suggestions for the club.

Stormdrain Detectives

Members help with the monitoring of Lodi Lake, a part of the lower Mokelumne watershed. Every month, we test the pH, dissolved oxygen, electrical conductivity, turbidity, and other properties of water to see the effects of pollution on our water.

 

Coastal Cleanup

Every year, over 100 Tokay students participate in the Coastal Cleanup, a local cleanup that involves several hundred Lodi residents in which we pick up trash and sort it around the lake.

Water Bottle Selling on Campus

We have been selling reusable bottles at lunch to both students and staff and donated the profits to Go Green Club.

Tree Lodi, Peterson Park Urban Forest Renovation Project
 

Tokay High students helped plant 11 trees at Peterson Park

 

Campus Beautification

© 2023 by Julie Fukunaga