Tap Water Challenge Activity (4th-8th)
Students perform tests on the water to determine the amount of Chlorine, pH, Iron, Copper and Hardness.
Water Supply and Conservation Presentation (4th-12th)
Students will learn about the water supply, where the water comes from, how the water is treated and distributed and ways to conserve.
The winning entries advance to the Metropolitan Water District’s regional poster contest where 36 entries will be selected to be featured in MWD’s Water is Life calendar which is distributed to schools and the community. The artwork is also featured in a traveling art show, on MWD outreach materials and will appear on MWD’s website for a week.
Kelly Moc and Danica Jew were chosen from thousands of posters be a part of the 2021 “Water Is Life” calendar which features 36 winners from Metropolitan Water District’s (MWD) member agencies! Check out their beautiful #WaterArt below!
Danica Jew-11th Grade at Wilson High School
Kelly Moc-11th Grade at Wilson High School
Water Conservation Campaign (Broadcast Media & Digital Contest)
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.