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Water Education Programs 
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    Public Works
    14000 City Center Drive
    Chino Hills, CA 91709
    Ph: (909) 364-2804
    Hotline: (909) 364-2850
    Fax: (909) 364-2895
    E-mail

    Hours
    6:45 am - 4:45 pm Monday - Thursday
    6:45 am - 3:45 pm Friday 

Below is a list of the numerous education programs offered to educators of Chino Hills Schools:

Formed in 1986, a group of local water agencies pooled their resources  in an effort to promote the efficient use of water
and to increase public awareness of the importance of water
in Southern California. Recognizing the benefits of regional
programs, these agencies continue to work together. 

Programs include:
    • EduBucks
    • Water Conservation Media Contest Campaign
    • California Friendly Garden at the Los Angeles County Fair
    • Quakes Stadium Conservation Messages

In addition to these programs, WEWAC provides a variety of education resources for educators.

Metropolitan's Community Partnering Program (CPP) provides sponsorships to non-profit community organizations, educational institutions, public agencies and professional associations for short and long-term water-related projects, events and activities.
The GIES Program educates elementary school-aged children
and their families, school staff, and other community members about wise-water usage. The GIES Program utilizes the creation of thematic school gardens that feature drought tolerant plants and efficient irrigation methods. This program is created with  state-aligned curriculum provision materials and is offered through Inland Empire Utilities Agency.
The NTC provides a lively and entertaining education opportunity
that teaches children the importance of water and the need to protect our natural resources. In addition to the performances, teachers receive guides including learning materials, classroom activities, and each student will receive a workbook to accompany the live theatre production. To register your school for the National Theatre for Children, please call the Inland Empire Utilities Agency  at (909) 993-1700.
The Solar Cup is a program where high school teams, sponsored
by Metropolitan Water District (MWD) member agency  Inland Empire Utility Agency (IEUA) and the City, build and prepare a solar powered boat over a seven-month timeline.