Date: November 2, 2017
School: Washington Elementary
Grade: 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade
Number of Students: 22
Length: 45 minutes – 1 hour per shift
Style: Classroom presentation
Number of Protect Wisconsin Waterways Representatives: 2
On November 2nd, our team went to Washington Elementary to teach kids of the Coding Club the importance stormwater in the community. At this event there we were able to engage with 22 third through fifth grade kids along with 2 teachers. The presentation started with a presentation containing stormwater videos and interesting facts. After the presentation, an enviroscape demonstration was given. The children were very engaged with both the presentation and the enviroscape. They were eager to answer any questions we asked because when they participated, they received a Protect Wisconsin Waterways wristband. The kids were asked questions such as, what can you do help, what problems can arise in given situations etc. At the end of presentation all kids were given a Protect Wisconsin Waterways pencil and informative flyer to show their parents.