Water Education Program | Information Page
- To provide Teachers with water education content that enriches current curriculum at NO COST
- To educate our youth about the importance of water
- To provide families the opportunity to save water
What: This program is a supplement to your existing curriculum and designed to teach students about water and why it should be used responsibly. It includes:
- All lessons incorporate technology so it is appealing and engaging to students.
- Lessons support AKS and include activities designed to complement current classroom curriculum.
- Lessons include a distance learning integration
- Teachers and students will receive access to our online portal which contains classroom activities, videos and lessons.
Who: 6th grade teachers, students and their parents at schools in Gwinnett County
Mini Grant: As a teacher we know you spend a lot of your own free time and money. To support all that you do for your students we are providing an opportunity for participating teachers to earn a $50 mini grant for classroom supplies. Simply complete the program activities and the mini grant is yours!
When: Now! Reserve your spot in the program by enrolling today and then you can use the program at any time during this school year!
Materials are available on a first come first served basis.
Cost: Absolutely FREE! All we ask is that you use the lessons, encourage your students to install the products from the kit and complete the online questionnaire.
How: To enroll just click on the sign-up button below and complete the enrollment page.
“Every year I look forward to presenting the program to my class. It was good in the past. This year with the revised program it is AMAZING! I love the look and bag to recycle instead of the box. The students enjoyed it more this year and I had a lot more families working on the installations together.”
“Thank you so much for the water kit. Thanks to you guys my family and I saved lots of water and money! I love you guys soooo much. My favorite part was installing the showerhead with my parents.”
“I have participated in water conservation programs with my class in the past and this year has been the most successful. I truly believe this is because of the interactive activities provided for the students in the workbook. My class loved exploring more about efficiency and conservation! Simply varying the presentation of information to kids can make a world of a difference.”