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Rowland Water District in partnership with the Water Education Water Awareness Committee (WEWAC) would like to help your students learn about water, our most precious natural resource. WEWAC has created fun, beneficial educational programs, contests, workshops and more. RWD invites you to join us in spreading the word about water conservation. We look forward to a continuing partnership.
Rowland Water District www.rowlandwater.com Water Education Water Awareness Committee www.usewaterwisely.com Metropolitan Water District www.mwdh20.com Water Wise www.bewaterwise.com Three Valleys Municipal Water District www.threevalleys.com
FREE Water Education Programs & Grants for Students & Teachers
Program Coordinator Rowland Water District Brittnie Van De Car-Public Affairs Representative (562) 697-1726 email@example.com
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3021 South Fullerton Road Rowland Heights, CA 91748 www.rowlandwater.com
Edu-Grant Edu-Grant is a water education grant program designed to increase students’ awareness of the importance of water in Southern California. It is also intended to improve and supplement academic instruction by providing financial support to teachers seeking to do creative classroom projects. All K-12 teachers are eligible to compete for grant awards. Teachers may apply individually, or as a team, for a maximum of $750 per project.
Project WET Project WET is a one-day workshop for educators working in Rowland Water District’s service area. This one-day workshop is FREE but space is limited. Teachers attending the workshop will receive a FREE copy of the Project WET Curriculum guide filled with waterrelated lessons. The Project WET curriculum corresponds with the California State Standards for Education. The workshop is held in
*Classroom Presentation If you would like a RWD representative to visit your classroom and guide students through a hands-on water conservation activity please contact Brittnie Van De Car to schedule.
National Theatre for Children provides a live interactive theatre performance with professional actors focusing on water conservation and protection of our natural resources. We are pleased to offer you the performance at NO COST to your school. Schedule an assembly at your school today!
MWD “Water Is Life” Poster Contest Students in K-12 within the service area of Rowland Water District are invited to participate in the poster contest. The objective is for the students to be able to create an artistic poster depicting various water uses and ways to use water more efficiently.
Water Conservation Campaign Broadcast Media & Digital Contest (7-12th Grade)
This contest is open to middle and high school students in the spring. The objective of the contest is to increase awareness of the importance of water in Southern California by creating a video or digital art specifically focused on water conservation issues.
CASH PRIZES AWARDED: 1st- Prize up to $600 2nd- Prize up to $400 3rd- Prize up to $200
National Theatre for Children
INTEREST FORM Grants & Workshops: ___ Edu-Grant Program (Up to $750)-Deadline Nov. ___ Project WET Workshop-(October) Activities & Programs: ___ Classroom Presentation-Year Round ___ National Theatre for Children (Assembly) Year Round ___ MWD “Water for Life” Poster Contest (February) ___ Water Conservation Campaign (7-12th Grade) Deadline March Name:_________________________________ Grade Level:____________________________ School:_________________________________ Address:_______________________________ ______________________________________ Phone Number:(____)____________________ Email:_________________________________
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Please Send Your Request To: Rowland Water District Brittnie Van De Car-Public Affairs Representative 3021 S. Fullerton Road P.O. Box 8460 Rowland Heights, CA 91748 Phone: (562) 697-1726 Fax: (562) 697-6149 firstname.lastname@example.org For more information and forms visit www.usewaterwisely.com