Water Education Specialists from participating local water providers can provide informative and fun presentations into your classroom. Sign up early though, staff is limited and presentations are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. All presentations meet California State Content Standards. For additional presentations about Water Quality, visit Project Clean Water, or call 568-3546. For information on scheduling a classroom presentation, please contact the listed number below or call (805) 568-3440.
City of Santa Barbara
Free presentations about Santa Barbara’s water supply, water conservation, creeks and ocean water quality are interesting, fun and engaging. Presentations can be tailored to your group’s age or class objectives and are aligned to CA content standards and the EEI curriculum. Contact Jessica Mkitarian at (805) 560-7586. For more information, visit the City's water education webpage.
City of Santa Maria
Actively involve your students in learning about water by inviting a City of Santa Maria Water Conservation Specialist into your classroom. Staff is limited and presentations are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Class presentations are provided for teachers and students who are enrolled within the Santa Maria Bonita School District. For more information view the City's flyer or call (805) 925-0951 ext. 7270.
City of Lompoc
Free presentations about Lompoc’s water supply from groundwater to the home and/or about water conservation are provided by water staff. Presentations are tailored the students grade class objectives and are aligned to CA content standards. Contact Mary Kammer at (805) 875-8298.
Vandenberg Village CSD
Upon request, Vandenberg Village CSD will provide free presentations on water conservation, water cycle and water supply to schools in Vandenberg Village. Please call (805) 733-2475 for more information.
Shows That Teach
Two assembly-style shows which teach all about the importance of water! For details of how to have a show in your school for free, contact the Santa Barbara County Water Agency at 568-3440 or your local water provider.
To request an assembly at your school, visit here.
"H2O, Where Did You Go?" is a two man musical comedy show ideal for large school assemblies. Performed in Southern California since 2005, thousands of K-6 Elementary school children have enjoyed the live performance while learning about the water cycle, states of matter, the journey of water to their homes, and water conservation. Alligned with State Content Standards.
"Waterology" is a musical one man performance that involves the student audience every minute. Students will learn about the water cycle, water pollution, groundwater and aquifers, stormwater, and the importance of water conservation.