Water Conservation curriculum available
Water Conservation staff works closely with Mesa Public Schools to educate students about water issues in Arizona. Mesa Public Schools presents water-related curriculum to students in the first and fourth grades that includes concepts on water resources, water treatment, water conservation, and the importance of making responsible decisions relating to water use.
Mesa also sponsors an optional performance of a Zoner & Drip Puppet show, presented by the Great Arizona Puppet Theater, that helps to reinforce the lessons.
For more information, contact Becky Zusy at (480) 644-3058 or via e-mail at becky.zusy@Mesaaz.gov.
Check out these resources, tours and more from our Water Department
- NEW! Hey elementary school teachers! Need resources and materials to supplement your science curriculum? We have FREE American Water Works Association workbooks approved by Mesa Public Schools tailored for K-3 and 4-6 grades. Each set of workbooks has a teacher's manual with activity and science project ideas. Available while supplies last. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
- Discover the Waters of Arizona is a great booklet produced by Project WET (Water Education for Teachers). This booklet is for upper elementary levels and we have quantities available while supplies last. Contact email@example.com for details.
- Mesa Water Resources offers field trip tours of our water and wastewater plants on a limited basis for high school groups within Mesa Public Schools boundaries. Call 480-644-4364 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.