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Water Education for Schools

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The Gilbert Water Conservation office provides free educational programming for 4th and 6th grade classes throughout Gilbert. We utilize science and math to teach students about the importance of water in the desert and how to conserve it. 

All education programs are free and developed in accordance the Arizona 2019 Science Standards.  Programs can accommodate one class of students at a time with multiple, back-to-back scheduling available to register the entire grade level for the program.

Don't have Gilbert 311? Contact us with e-mail or call (480) 503-6979.

*Programs subject to availability. Available to the Higley Unified School District, Gilbert Public Schools, and private and charter schools within the Town of Gilbert.

Gilbert Water Festival 

The Water Festival is an annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) event sponsored by the Town of Gilbert and run by Arizona Project WET.  Utilizing Town employees and business community volunteers, the Water Festival immerses 4th graders and teachers in an educational field trip to increase knowledge about our water resources, water conservation, and careers in science, technology, engineering, and math. 

Volunteer Today for the Gilbert Water Festival!

The 9th Annual Gilbert Water Festival will be here before we know it… and we need your help!

Join us on March 4 and 5, 2020 from 7:30 AM -2 PM on the Civic Center lawn for this educational field day for Gilbert Public Schools 4th graders.

You can teach a lesson, coordinate learning station activities, help set up and breakdown, escort student classes, register volunteers, and more!

Click here to learn more or here to sign up to volunteer.