At the University of Tennessee versus South Carolina football game in Knoxille, TN on Saturday Nov. 7th, 2015, eleven schools across the state were recognized as having the top school enviromental programs in Tennessee. Bradford Schools/Coordinated School Health were recognized as winners of the 2015 Good SportsAlways Recycle (GSAR) School Challenge by Eastman Corp. Each school took home $1,000 to support their enviromental programs. The GSAR program has been recognizing schools in Tennessee for their efforts since 1993 and to date schools have received more than $130,000 through the GSAR program. The Good SportsAlways Recycle program was designed to educate Tennessee students on the value of enviromental stewardship, while also providing monetary support for these programs. An annual challenge determines the top 10 programs in the state based on what their school is doing to bring enviromental lessons and practices into the classroom. Along with its partners, Food City, Waste Connections and the University of Tennessee, Eastman provided the winning schools with a tour of the Vol Network studios, a special tailgate celebration and an on field presentation during the ballgame.