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Annual Report 2023
Annual Report 2023

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Kid
Zone

Achievements

Teaching the next water-savvy generation

The Kid Zone Schools Program is designed to teach kids to be water-savvy today so they can be water-wise adults for generations to come. Lessons are aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards for K-12, created and taught by certified educators.

1,343

Kindergarteners & Transitional Kindergarteners

learned about

Water Matters

L

1,352

1st graders

learned about

Water Wise Tips

1,181

3rd graders

learned about

The People & Events of Our Watershed

L

1,357

2nd graders

learned all about

Creeks & Streams

393

4th graders

learned about

California & the Race for Liquid Gold

L

1,126

5th graders

learned about

Life as a Water Molecule

633

6th graders

learned about

The Wonder Down Under

L

400

7th & 8th graders

learned about

Drinking Water Treatment

= Reached nearly

8,000 students

by providing over

300 Kid Zone Lessons

Bay Area Map

19 classes

taught in San Ramon

19 classes

taught in San Ramon

87 classes

taught in Dublin

77 classes

taught in Pleasanton

122 classes

taught in Livermore

Reaching Students
All Around The
Tri-Valley Area

Student Focused Outreach Events

Lawrence Elementary Family Science Night

120+ students and their families

Granada High School CTE Career Fair

180+ high school students

Marilyn Elementary Family Science Night

145+ high school students

Livermore High School Ag Day

300+ third graders, teachers, and parents

Livermore Science Odyssey

150+ students and their families

Croce Elementary Family Science Night

88+ students and their families

Arroyo Seco Elementary Family Science Night

80+ students and their families

Altamont Creek, Earth Day Family Science Night

85+ students and their families

= Reached over

1,100 students and families

California Water:
Back to it’s Roots

2023 Annual Livermore Water Conservation Art Contest

Once again, Zone 7 was proud to sponsor the Livermore Water Conservation Art Contest to help make sure students understand that native California plants are naturally drought resistant, use less water, and are beautiful! Students were encouraged to inspire their community to save water by going back to our native California plant roots with the art of their choice. Check out the winning submission!

Zone 7 Water Agency – Annual Report 2023

Zone 7 Water Agency – Annual Report 2023