Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Calling all Educators! Join the Inland Empire Utilities Agency and partnering agencies for this FREE one day Project W.E.T. (Water Education for Teachers) & Garden in Every SchoolⓇ Workshop. The workshop will provide you with the following at no cost: hands-on environmental and educational curriculum, Project WET curriculum and activity guide, information on the award-winning Garden in Every SchoolⓇ Program and grant qualification.*** Substitute reimbursement may be available!
The last day to RSVP is February 15, 2018!!
Project WET is an award-winning, non-profit water education program and publisher. This program engages students with hands-on activities and interdisciplinary lessons that teach important water concepts.
|Garden 2016/2017 School Year|
***Attendance at this workshop is mandatory for those interested in applying for the 2018-2019 Garden in Every SchoolⓇ Program.
Monday, December 4, 2017
WEWAC'S Water Media Campaign ContestAttention all middle school, junior high, and high school students! The Water Education/Water Awareness Committee (WEWAC) is holding their annual Water Media Campaign Contest for students in their service area. This contest is designed for students to creatively and artistically promote the importance of water in southern California school either through a Broadcast Media submission or a Digital Art submission. In addition, this contest also provides the opportunity for classrooms to have funding for academically creative in-class projects.
This year's theme is "Where does your local water supply come from?"
All entries must be postmarked or delivered by 5:00pm on Thursday, February 15, 2018.
For contest rules, registration form and for more information visit: www.usewaterwisely.com
Here is an example of a 1st place Broadcast Media submission:
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Beneficial Environmental Programs
Did you know that students who are involved in an environmental education program are more likely to succeed academically? According to the analysis done by Stanford University, K-12 students who are exposed to environmental education programs can obtain a wide variety of skills, including civic responsibility and engagement. Check out the full article below to learn more!
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Garden In Every SchoolⓇ
Congratulations to Rolling Ridge on your beautiful new garden! Take a look at what their water-wise garden looks like below! Do you want your school to be a part of this amazing program? Check out our page at www.ieua.org/education/garden-in-every-school for more details and information!
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Monday, September 11, 2017
On Thursday, September 7, 2017, Rolling Ridge Elementary School, located in Chino Hills, hosted their garden dedication to honor the completion of their very own water-wise education garden.
Last year, Rolling Ridge Elementary submitted a garden grant application through the Garden in Every School® program. After reviewing their application and their garden design, they were selected to receive a garden grant of $4,500. This grant went toward the installation of a water-wise garden. The goal of the program is to educate students, and the community, on how to grow a sustainable garden while using natural and formidable resources.
Along with the dedication of the garden, there were a number of entertaining presentations from students from the Garden Club. The celebration included original songs and poems, a ventriloquist act, and performance of "What a Wonderful World".
|Rolling Ridge Garden Club Poster|
|Garden Club 1st graders singing|
"What a Wonderful World".
|IEUA Board President Steve Elie presenting a |
certificate of recognition to Mrs. Colby.
|Beautiful garden bed.|
|Tomatoes and basil.|
|Peppers and more tomatoes.|