Teacher sitting at table with young students

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin

A knowledgeable, skilled, and active youth citizenry is a key to resolving the environmental issues that promise to become increasingly important into the new century. While our schools play a major role, cultivating environmental literacy is a task that neither begins nor ends with formal education. Many parts of our society shape attitudes toward the environment – family, peers, religion, community, interest groups, government, the media to name a few.

To that end, SAWS has implemented a school-age strategy that uses water as a catalyst to promote science and civic responsibility through presentations, field investigations, service opportunities and other resources. All are free of charge and customized to be age appropriate.

 

Little student girl with laptop pc at home

Virtual Presentations

Virtual Field Trips

Impact Teams

Lessons & Activities

Know Your H2O

Confluence

PBL Modules

Password: Impact