Slawi State Islamic Junior High School, was appointed by the Environment Agency (BLH) Tegal regency became one junior representatives to implement the program Adiwiyata. Background of this appointment by officers from BLH, because the Islamic Junior Slawi Affairs declared the cleanest among junior high school junior in Tegal regency BLH based monitoring service.
Slawi State Islamic Junior High School, was appointed by the Environment Agency (BLH) Tegal regency became one junior representatives to implement the program Adiwiyata. Background of this appointment by officers from BLH, because the Islamic Junior Slawi Affairs declared the cleanest among junior high school junior in Tegal regency BLH based monitoring service. Another reason for applying Slawi MTsN clean lifestyle for the citizens of madrassas, not littering. Program in 1000 rupiah penalty for people who violate the rule madrasa, was recorded by the department so that MTsN Slawi BLH is expressed as the school is a caring and civilized environment.
To know more about what and how Adiwiyata program, following a short description of the program presented Adiwiyata.
1. Definition and Objectives Adiwiyata Program
Adiwiyata Program is one program the Ministry of Environment in order to encourage creation of knowledge and awareness of the schools in environmental conservation efforts.
In the execution of the Ministry of Environment in collaboration with the steakholder, rolling this Adiwiyata Program invites residents in hopes of implementing school learning environment and teaching materials to preserve and maintain their participation in the school environment and surroundings.
The program objective is to create conditions Adiwiyata good for schools to become places of learning and community awareness of school, so that future citizens of these schools can take responsibility in efforts to preserve the environment and sustainable development.
The main activity is to create institutional Adiwiyata program school is a caring and civilized environment for primary and secondary schools in Indonesia.
a. Law Number 23 Year 1997 on Environmental Management;
b. Law Number 20 Year 2003 on National Education System;
c. Mutual Agreement With Ministry of Environment Ministry of National Education of PEM. 7/MENLH/06/2005 and Number: 05/VI/KB/2005
3. Basic Norms Adiwiyata Program
Programs and activities that are developed must be based on the basic norms and berkehidupan which include among others: Kebersaaan, Openness, Honesty, Justice, and Sustainability and Environment Function of Natural Resources.
4. Basic Principles Adiwiyata Program
Participatory and sustainable. Participatory intention is that the school community (principals, teachers, and employees) are involved in school management which covers the entire process of planning, implementation and evaluation in accordance with the responsibilities and roles. While sustainable, containing mean that all activities must be well planned in a comprehensive and continuous.
5. Following Gains Adiwiyata Program
The benefits of school in following Adiwiyata Program are:
Increased efficiency in the implementation of school operations and use of various resources;
Improve resource savings through reduced consumption of various resources and energy;
Improving teaching and learning conditions more comfortable and conducive environment for all residents of school;
Creating the conditions for all citizens of the school together;
Increasing efforts to avoid any risks of negative environmental impacts in the future;
Being a place of learning for the younger generation about the values and the maintenance of good environmental management and correct;
6. Indicators and Criteria Program Adiwiyata
In realizing Adiwiyata Program has established a variety of indicators;
The development of school policy matter and cultured environment;
Development of environment-based curriculum;
Development of a participatory-based activities;
Development and management of backup facilities or schools.
Indicators Adiwiyata program is translated into a number of criteria, namely:
a. School Policy Development
To realize that schools and cultured Environmental Care is needed some school policies that support the implementation of environmental education activities by all school members in accordance with basic principles of program that is participatory and sustainable Adiwiyata. Development of school policies needed to realize the School Care and cultured environment.
b. Vision and Mission School is a caring and civilized environment;
school policies in developing educational learning environment;
The policy to increase human resources (educational personnel and non-educational) in the field of environmental education;
school policies in an effort to save natural resources;
school policies that support the creation of the school environment clean and healthy;
school policies for the allocation and use of funds for activities related to environmental issues.
c. Curriculum-Based Development Environment
Submission of environmental material to students can be done through an integrated curriculum, or monolithic. Developing materials, teaching models and learning methods vary, conducted to provide insight to students about environmental issues associated with the everyday environment. Development of environment-based curriculum for schools to realize that pedui and cultured environment can be achieved by doing the following things:
The development of cross-subject learning model;
Excavation and materials development and environmental problems that exist in the surrounding community;
Development of environment-based learning methods and culture;
Development of curricular activities to increase students’ knowledge and awareness about the environment.
d. Activity-Based Participatory Development
To realize the school is a caring and civilized environment, school community should be involved in various environmental learning activities. In addition schools are also expected to involve the surrounding community in doing various activities that provide good benefits for citizens in developing school-based activities are participatory;
Creating an extracurricular activity / kokurikuler in the environmental field-based participatory in school;
Following environmental action activities conducted by outsiders;
Develop partnerships and initiate activities in the development of environmental education in schools.
e. Or Development of Facilities Management and School Support
In realizing the school is a caring and civilized environment must be supported by infrastructure that reflects the environmental management effort. Management and development facilities include;
Development sekoah functions of existing support facilities for environmental education;
Improving the quality of environmental management within and outside the school area;
Conservation of natural resources (water, electricity, energy) and ATK;
Improving the quality of healthy nutrition services;
Development of waste management systems.
Based on these indicators of school care and cultured environment, a number of criteria intended to facilitate the implementation of the Programme Adiwiyata so that these criteria need to be translated is understood by each program. Translation of simple criteria has been prepared and is expected to not increase the burden for schools and residents in the following Adiwiyata Program. Translation criteria Adiwiyata program created in the framework of the program and at the same form used for the achievement of stage grouping Adiwiyata Program.
Similarly Adiwiyata short description of the program, may be a source of information for school administrators, or madrassas.