Through a partnership with Orange County Coastkeeper and its W.H.A.L.E.S. program, Moulton Niguel is excited to bring water education into and outside of the classroom! For middle schools and high schools located in our service area, we offer in-class presentations and field trips to a local watershed to teach students about the importance of water quality, water efficiency and global sustainability. Teachers, get your students signed up today!
In addition to teaching students directly, Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) is a great opportunity for Moulton Niguel to teach the teachers! This concept allows us to develop and share science education methods and water education curriculum for teachers to explain water resources directly to their students during the school year. Learn more about program curriculum and sign up for future workshops!
To help schools better understand their water consumption and identify opportunities for improved water efficiency, Moulton Niguel began providing local school districts with free, site-specific commercial water use assessments and reports in 2017. The following year, the District developed a pilot High Efficiency Device Retrofit Program to provide free high efficiency water devices and installation to schools within our service area.