Contests and School Wide Activities

National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation - April 1-30, 2018

The Wyland National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation is a friendly competition between cities across the U.S. to see which city nationwide can be the most water and energy efficient. Cities with the highest percentage of residents who take the pledge in their population category can win BIG!

Sign Up at: MYWATERPLEDGE.COM/students

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Water Awareness Poster Contest - Sponsored by Municipal Water District of Orange County

The Municipal Water District of Orange County (MWDOC) is pleased to announce the 2018 Water Awareness Poster Contest! Through the Poster contest, Orange County students in grades Kindergarten through 12 are encouraged to submit hand-drawn posters. All artwork should reflect this year’s contest theme: Water is Life. This theme was chosen to get students thinking about our most valuable natural resource – water – and how vital it is for our way of life.  Contests entries are due April 15, 2018.

 

For contest details, download the flyer here.

Anaheim Public Utilities - Water Conservation Poster Contest

Anaheim Public Utilities invites all 1st through 12th grade students, attending a public or private school
located in Anaheim, to express their creativity and inspire the community to save water. This year’s contest, themed “Water is Life,” aims to help raise awareness of everyday water.  Contests entries are due April 7, 2018.

 

For contest details, download the flyer here.

CREEC Student Contests

This site has a list of contests from around the state that are open to students.  Visit the CREEC website for more details.
 

TUPE Information

 
Additional Useful websites

International Coastal Cleanup Day

Tobacco Free California - Resources

thetruth.com

drugfree.org

What About Water?

In partnership with the Municipal Water District of Orange County and local water districts, Inside the Outdoors will bring water conservation and awareness programs to local Middle and High Schools. 

 

Interested in joining these programs, call 714-708-3885 for more details.

 

For teacher and students resources, visit our resources page.