Students and Teachers

Tucson Water offers in-class and guided tour programs tailored to many grade levels, made possible by partnerships with the Environmental Education Exchange and Arizona Project WET. These free programs provide age-appropriate lessons and interactive activities on water conservation, water supply, and water quality. For information, click on the program links below or contact the Public Information / Conservation Office (PICO) at 520-791-4331 or send an e-mail.

Arizona Project WET

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

Environmental Education Exchange

Environmental Education Exchange exiting Tucson Water website is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization established to increase environmental literacy. For additional information about the three programs below, go to exiting Tucson Water website or call 520-670-1442 .

  • Da Drops exiting Tucson Water website is a three-part water education program specifically designed for 1st to 3rd grade students. It focuses on the water cycle, water supply and water conservation in the Tucson Basin. View a "Da Drops" video exiting Tucson Water website for kids (April 2012) or pictures from a 3rd grade class presentation exiting Tucson Water website.
  • Our Water, Our Future exiting Tucson Water website is a three-part program for 4th and 5th grade students. It addresses the following concepts: the water cycle, water supply, water quality, water use and water conservation.
  • El Tour de Agua exiting Tucson Water website is a three-part water education program for 6th-8th grade students about the intricacies of Tucson's unique water situation, focusing on water sources, the water cycle, recycled water and water conservation.