School Programs

WET in the City is a national urban environmental education program of CEE that focuses on water resources. The program provides an opportunity for young people to participate in engaging, hands-on activities that creatively explore the science of water, its cultural context, and the complex issues surrounding its management and stewardship.

Team WET Schools is a companion program to WET in the City, bringing urban water issues to the forefront of environmental education in school buildings. A network of community and corporate partners grows around each Team WET School supporting teachers to advance water education while encouraging students to participate in active water stewardship and community improvement.

Beat the Baron Waste is a classroom education program that teaches elementary students about proper household hazardous chemical and waste management. Our presentation teaches students about the potential dangers of the products to our health and environment, how to identify them, and less toxic alternatives that can be used.


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