Arizona Project WET

 

Arizona Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) offers instructor-tested, water-related curriculum at no cost to teachers via hands-on workshops.

  • Water Festivals
    Each Arizona Water Festival incorporates two hours of hands-on, interactive lessons focused on:
    * groundwater and aquifers
    * watersheds and water sources
    * the value of water and conservation
    * the water cycle
  • Arizona Project WET Workshop Schedules
    Learn about Arizona's water resources by participating in fun, interactive, classroom-ready activities developed and tested by teachers:
    * the properties of water
    * the water cycle
    * watersheds
    * groundwater
    * water quality
    * water rights

    To attend the next Tucson Water-sponsored workshop, contact Project WET Coordinator Kerry Schwartz at 520-792-9591, ext. 22.
     

  • Correlating WET Curriculum to Arizona Academic Standards
     

Wilson K-8 School Water Audit

Tucson Water and Arizona Project WET at the University of Arizona worked with students at Wilson K-8 School for six years to conduct a school water audit. Starting with water use in the school bathrooms and moving to other uses like drinking fountains, the program provided hundreds of students with the opportunity to:

  • collect data.
  • install faucet aerators.
  • calculate water savings.
  • drive change in their school, home, and community.

The partnership of Tucson Water, the teachers and students at Wilson K-8 School, and the staff of Arizona Project WET saved the school more than two million gallons of water annually.