Date: November 3, 2017

Location: Janesville

School: Adams Elementary

Grade: 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade

Number of Students: 77

Length: 45 minutes – 1 hour per shift

Style: Classroom presentation

Number of Protect Wisconsin Waterways Representatives: 4

At this school visit, we were able to give a presentation in their auditorium to 77 third through fifth graders along with 6 teachers. We started our presentation with an infographic video, that we read aloud to ensure all the kids were able to understand. Next, we facilitated a pop quiz for the students based off of the video to see how well the information was retained and to give further details. Students were eager to answer the questions because they were given Protect Wisconsin Waterways wristbands when they participated. After the quiz, we continued the presentation with what stormwater is and how you can help to make a difference. To wrap up, we used the enviroscape model to demonstrate how pollutants and stormwater specifically can affect the local community. At the end, we opened the floor for any questions the kids or teachers had. Overall, the event was a great success!