Confluence: Where Ideas and Action Flow Together is an innovative high school program that promotes science, water education and civic responsibility through service learning. Service learning is a method of learning that integrates meaningful community service with academic study. Built on the four CORE values of Community, Ownership, Responsibility and Education, Confluence encourages students to develop their own water ethic and empowers them to positively influence our environment, society and economy.
There are three opportunities to become involved with Confluence: through a service learning curriculum called Classroom Connections, through service learning groups called Impact Teams and participation in an annual high school water summit.
This section includes curriculum, classroom presentations and field trip opportunities for high school students.
These service learning teams design and facilitate water-related projects in their schools and communities.