Water Education
Ed FlyerWoodinville Water District offers several fun and exciting classroom presentations to all grade levels in schools in our service area to help students explore the fascinating world of water.  Presentations are tailored to our region, meet the Washington State EELR’s and are offered free of charge. Each class is conducted by an experienced naturalist from our consultant company, Nature Vision, Inc., a company that spawned from the King County Nature Connections program.  This program was the recipient of the Environmental Education Association of Washington’s Award of Excellence.  We also offer assistance to “Blue Teams” and high school students with a senior project related to drinking water.  Check out our flyer for program offerings.  Teachers can contact Nature Vision directly to book a presentation.   
If you would like additional information about our programs, contact Customer Service, 425.487.4100.
Teachers and Students
image002Woodinville Water District as a purveyor of Seattle’s water supply, is part of the Saving Water Partnership.  Check out the Saving Water Partnership Students & Teachers Page  It has something for all school age groups.  Kids, Teens and Teachers can explore the water they use every day and learn how it gets to you and how you can use it wisely. 
Seattle Water System History 
image004Teachers click here to find out how you can take your students on a field trip to the Cedar River Watershed. 
Informative links:
 EPA – Learning and Teaching about the Environment
epaA special Kids Page is making a debut on the Web site of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water. The star of pages is a new character called “Thirstin.” The site contains games, activities and narrated/animated classroom experiments. Some of the new activities include an animated water cycle, word scramble, word search, water trivia and “Thirstin's Wacky Water Adventure.” Teachers and students can work on-line or download some of the information for classroom use. The new pages are located at http://www.epa.gov/safewater/kids/index.html
 H20USE - Take the tour to investigate your water saving opportunities in each area of your home.
Project Wet – Water Education for Teachers
Regional Water Providers Consortium - Fun games and activities about saving water from regional public water providers in Oregon
The Water Page - Conservation
USGS Water Science School
U.S. Water News

Water Education for Schools - CLASSROOM & FIELD PRESENTATIONS!