Tree-Duce, Tree-Use, Tree-Cycle
During the 2018-2019 school year, Shepton High used 3,035,000 sheets of paper! As members of the city of Plano and planet Earth, we can not let this go unnoticed. That is why the Shepton Environmental Club and the non-profit, Tree Plenish, are hosting a city wide Tree-Plenish Tree Planting event on April 24, 2021! Our goal is to plant a total of 265 trees around our amazing community in order to replenish 70% of the paper used by just one of the high schools in PlanoISD. We hope that you will find it in your heart to participate in this deserving cause. Thank you!
We are passionate about affecting change in our local community and want to do our part to build a more sustainable future. To reach our goal, we are relying on you to request a tree to be planted in your yard! Each tree costs $5 and you can choose the number and type of trees that you would like.
Support Our Mission!
Want a Tree?
Help us reach our goal of planting 265 trees by opting to receive a tree in your yard! Choose the type of tree you want and volunteers will come to your yard on April 24th to plant them. Trees are $5 and will come as saplings (18-24 inches).
Meet The Team
Hi! My name is Timothy Njuguna. I’m a Sophomore at Shepton High School and I am the president of the environmental club (SEEDS). I also play soccer and enjoy the great outdoors. Happy planting!
Hey! I’m Charlotte Resneder and I’m a sophomore at Shepton High School. When I’m not busy being Vice President of my school’s environmental club SEEDS, I love theatre and performing! Let’s save the world!