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 projects. All K-12 teachers are eligible to compete for grant awards. Teachers may apply individually, or as a team, for a maximum of $600 per project. THREE teachers from within the District’s service area received $600.00 each — congratulations Michelle Willie from Jellick Elementary School, Lori Wasson from Blandford Elementary School and Joan Strasser-Durrin from Rowland Elementary School!
Project WET “Teacher In Service” Workshop
Project WET is a one-day workshop for educators working in Rowland Water District’s service area. This one-day workshop is FREE but limited. Teachers attending the workshop will receive a FREE copy of the Project WET Curriculum guide filled with water-related lessons. The Project WET curriculum corresponds with the California State Standards for Education. The workshop is held in early fall of each year.
National Theatre for Children
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! Click for Video.