Zone 7 welcomes teachers back with new Water Academy Rewards program

Zone 7 Water Agency welcomes teachers back to school with an invitation to join its new Water Academy rewards program. Zone 7’s Water Academy allows teachers to sign up for an in-classroom lesson taught by certified educators. The comprehensive water-focused in-classroom lessons align with Next Generation Science Standards and are grade-specific for TK through 12th grade classes. Teachers who participate in the rewards program will earn gift certificates for helping children learn the importance of water in the community, economy, and environment.
“The Zone 7 Water Academy is designed to build a new generation of water champions with interactive, grade-specific, standards-based lessons for students of every age,” said program director Liz Wilkins. “We understand teachers are incredibly busy and wanted to provide an incentive for them to invite us into their classrooms for these important lessons that help us build responsible and informed citizens.”
Teachers can earn reward points for hosting lessons, referring other teachers, and sharing program information on social media. Bonus points will be awarded for signing up before October 15, though lessons can take place anytime throughout the school year. Teachers have their choice of gift certificates from Amazon, Target, and Starbucks.
Zone 7 Water Agency has been providing in-class water education programs for more than twenty years and has evolved the Water Academy program to provide in-classroom visits, teacher incentives, at-home activities for families and virtual lessons. Learn more about the Water Academy program at

About Zone 7 Water
Zone 7 Water Agency is one of the 10 active zones of the Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District. The District was established by the State Legislature in October 1949 to solve problems of flooding, drainage, channel erosion and water supply and conservation in Alameda County. In 1957, by popular vote, Zone 7 became a special district governed by a seven-member board of directors. Along with flood protection, Zone 7 supplies water to all of eastern Alameda County and a population of over a quarter million residents. Treated water is sold wholesale to local retailers, including the cities of Livermore and Pleasanton, the Dublin San Ramon Services District, and the California Water Service Company. Zone 7 also distributes untreated water to local agriculture operations and golf courses.

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