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Inspiring Students of
The Marianas 
to Take Pride
in Where They Live,
Learn, and Play


The Governor’s Council of Economic Advisers

Marianas School Pride Campaign


With improving the quality of life in The Marianas comes the responsibility of inspiring students of the Marianas to take pride in where they live, learn, and play. Marianas School Pride aims to positively educate, inform, inspire, and encourage action by the Marianas Youth. It motivates students to lead beautification efforts for their school and surrounding community facilities. Students become advocates for environmental stewardship as well as school pride & unity through numerous acts of service to the community.


Be a part of MSP by Participating in these Activities and Programs



Through our Advisor & Ambassador Program, all participating schools are to appoint advisor(s) as a point of contact. Advisors are to select 2-5 students to serve as MSP Student Ambassadors to take ownership of their school’s MSP program and projects and establish school values.Under this MSP program, Student Ambassadors from their respective schools/student organizations/clubs will take lead to identify and manage beautification projects in their schools. Ambassadors can download and fill in the form below and submit their proposals to the GCEA for review. Beautification projects should identify the unique needs and solutions at the school level and requires commitment for maintenance by the school.

For every project completed and every student volunteer hour rendered, schools will earn points for awards at the end of the school year. Cash prizes will be given to the top-ranking schools with the most points!


Schools can earn points for simply participating in the contests. In addition, points will be earned for every entry, volunteer hour completed, and winning entry! 


Encouraging Marianas School Pride starts by ensuring that our campuses are clean and safe. Show your pride and respect for your school campus by submitting a proposal for a school beautification project and earn points towards cash prizes!

Examples of beautification projects include picking up trash on the campus, cleaning and painting curbs, sidewalks, medians, or crosswalks; installing a garden or new landscaping; painting; or other unique efforts to make your school a cleaner or more beautiful place to learn. 

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This year, we need your help to design flags for the villages of As Mahetog, I Liyang, I Naftan, and Talafofo! Use your artistic talents to share what makes your village special, unique, and a great place to live.  Download contest criteria and design template at



Let’s make the schools of The Marianas festive and beautiful this holiday season! We challenge all schools to beautify and decorate their campus for Christmas and compete with other schools for the best display. 

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Showcase school pride by designing and painting a mural on your school campus! Murals should showcase elements that make your school unique – school colors, mascot, history, etc. 



As advocates for environmental stewardship, we challenge our youth to create and produce videos that promote anti-vandalism and anti-littering in their campuses and villages. Visit cnmieconomy for more details about this collaborative campaign with 4-H.

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MSP Important Dates 2022-2023:

  • January 13, 2023 – Christmas Winners Announced


  • February 24, 2023 – Village Flag Winners Announced


  • March 21, 2023 – Mural Contest Entries Due


  • March 31, 2023 – Mural Contest Winners Announced


  • April 20, 2023 – Anti-Vandalism & Anti-Littering Entries Due 


  • April 28, 2023 – Anti-Vandalism & Anti-Littering Winners Announced


  • May 12, 2023 – Campus Beautification Entries Due


  • May 19, 2023 – Target End-of-year Block Party/Awards Ceremony


Keep up to date on all things MSP! Download the official MSP Calendar for the school year 2022-2023 here.


The MSP newsletter is a student-ambassador led publication that recognizes schools, environmental heroes, and features student efforts, volunteerism, and leadership initiatives. Stories are to be submitted by every last day of the month, and newsletters will be published on the 15th every month beginning in October 2022.

Engage, like, and share the MVP content on Facebook and Instagram (@cnmieconomy)

Tag your photos to be featured:

#MarianasSchoolPride #TogetherWeCanMarianas

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