APRIL / 2018
'The Wonderful World of Water' Now in Classrooms!
Rowland Water Partnered with Rowland Elementary to bring a creative classroom presentation to third grade.


The Wonderful World of Water is an addition to our educational program and this activity book and story includes a conservation lesson, science lesson, coloring pages, a vocabulary worksheet, a chart to track your water use at home and much more! These activities are aligned with third grade Common Core Standards and bring fun hands-on activities to the classrooms.


For educators interested in brining The Wonderful World of Water to their school, contact Brittnie Van De Car at bvandecar@rowlandwater.com or (562) 697-1726.
Fix a Leak Week
Rowland Water participated in Fix a Leak Week (FALW) March 19-22. This nationwide community conservation effort focuses on fixing leaks indoors and outdoors.

Rowland Water customers were able to come into the office during the week and get a free leak detection giveaway along with our new 'Pocket Guide to Fixing Leaks'. Customers were also given a collapsible water bottle to fill up at our filling station.

RWD also participated in the U.S. Environmental Protection (EPA) Agency’s WaterSense® Twitter relay on March 19th. Cities and Water Districts from across the nation were asked to volunteer and Rowland was apart of the California Twitter relay.

Customers were also given a survey to complete and were entered into a drawing to win one of the following : One (1) 55-gallon rain barrel for their garden,
one (1) drip irrigation retrofit kit, or one (1) smart irrigation controller (4-station) .

Our winners of the drawing were Gabriel Sears and Ana Rodriguez --CONGRATS on your new water efficient items for your landscape!
Local Teachers Awarded Cash for Projects
Educators from Rowland Elementary School, Jellick Elementary School, Telesis Academy, and Blandford Elementary School were among the many applicants to receive EduBucks from Rowland Water through its partnership with the Water Education/Water Awareness Committee (WEWAC). The 2018 EduBucks recipients are:

  • Khandy Ly-Rowland Elementary School- 1st Grade-“Water Cycle with Legos”
  • Gilbert Navarro-Jellick Elementary School-4th-6th Grade-“Aquarium of the Pacific on Wheels” (pictures below of the touch tank inside the Aquarium on Wheels)
  • Catherine Miyagishima-Telesis Academy-entire school-“Urban Garden with Hydroponics”
  • Rowland Elementary School-5th Grade Team-“The Most Powerful Force in the Universe: WATER”
  • Blandford Elementary School-2nd Grade Team-“Taking Care of the Ocean”

The EduBucks program promotes water conservation and education in the classroom. Teachers are able to apply for up to $700 for a project, activity or a field trip that is focused on water.
Above pictures are from the Aquarium of the Pacific on Wheels for all 4th-6th graders.