August 14-16, 2013
Recommended for teachers of
grades 4 - 8; however, all teachers
are welcome to attend.
This water workshop offers both hands-on interdisciplinary classroom activities and field experience. Learn how to integrate water education into curricula, test water quality from a local stream, and analyze local water issues.
Activities in this hands-on course tie directly to Washington state standards for a variety of subjects, not just science. Participants will receive Project WET 2.0 curriculum guides. The City of Everett Water Utility, Snohomish County Surface Water Management Division, and Snohomish County PUD are co-sponsors of this class.
- Investigate drinking water sources,
- Explore surface water and the issues surrounding it,
- Discover how to determine if a stream is healthy,
- Learn strategies for water conservation that you can teach your students, and
- Analyze societal water issues.
Snohomish County PUD Headquarters
Commission Meeting Room
2320 California Street, Everett 98201
Snohomish County Educators
$35 - If registration is postmarked by July 31, 2013
$55 - For late registration
*Please be advised that activities, maps, and discussions during workshop will be specifically related to Snohomish County.
This workshop is offered for 20 Washington Science Teachers Association clock-hours for an additional $40. Fees for clock-hours are subject to change.
Please see link to your right for registration form.