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High School

The District offers many different water quality education resources to area schools. These include:
  • In-class resources such as maps and curricula
  • Classroom and assembly presentations
  • Clean Storm Water mini grants

The District has created an age appropriate Power Point presentation for high school students. The presentation focuses on our watershed, local water resource and storm water pollution prevention. The education program is a component of the District’s Public Involvement and Education (PIE) program. The goal of the PIE program is to reduce storm water pollution, educate students about their environment, resource conservation, and to instill a sense of environmental stewardship.

Storm Drains 101 Video

This fun five-minute educational video is made for junior high and high school students, and is available in VHS and DVD formats. Your students will learn the basics of our area's urban drainage system and why keeping storm water runoff clean is important to us all. Use 'Contact Us' to request a copy for your class, or call us at 456-3292. Click here to watch Storm Drains 101.

Links to other Educational Resources: