Eastern Municipal Water District
presents an amazing Theater Assembly Program from SHOWS THAT TEACH:
H2O Where Did You Go?
EMWD provides a COMPLIMENTARY environmental assembly program for schools in our service area. To determine if your school qualifies for an assembly please click this link:
School Assembly Details:
- EMWD is pleased to cover all program costs. There is not cost to your school!
- Performances are 40-45 minutes each.
- Separate programs are offered for grades K-2 and 3-6, and middle school audiences.
- 100 is the minimum number of students for a performance,unless prior arrangements have been made.
- Scheduling is based on a first come, first served basis, with priority given to schools who have not previously received a performance.
- Performances must take place INDOORS.
- Performances will be scheduled based on the total number of students at your school.
NEW performances each year! To view a sample performance, please click this link:
The H2O WHERE DID YOU GO? show is a thrilling musical theater-style performance focusing on the journey of water and why it is a natural resource that should be conserved and protected. Additionally, H2O WHERE DID YOU GO? addresses several Next Generation Science Standards and aligns with the K-8 science curriculum by teaching students about:
- The journey of water
- How water gets to our taps
- The water cycle
- Aquifers and watersheds
- Solid, liquid and gas
- How to prevent water pollution
- How to conserve water
The following is a sampling of teacher comments about theH2O WHERE DID YOU GO? show:
- “This was the best assembly I've seen in years. It was funny and informative. The students couldn't take their eyes off the performers. They listened to every word. The humor was great and right at their level. It had just the right amount of information and vocabulary, so not to be over their heads. Including students and teachers was wonderful. The teachers in the lounge at lunch said the upper graders 4th-5th enjoyed it as much as the little ones. When we got back to class the students remember a lot of information as well as many funny parts.”
- Teacher, Harvest Valley Elementary School, Romoland SD
- “I was very impressed. It was interactive and the students were actively involved. I know that this will help students remember important things about the water cycle and their responsibility of conserving water. This reinforced information that had been previously taught in the classroom.”
~ Teacher, Columbia Elementary School, Val Verde USD
- “The students thoroughly enjoyed the performance. It was a great learning experience for them and was filled with lots of humor. It met the learning needs of the students and fit in well with the study of water, water conservation, the water cycle, where our water comes from... etc. in our curriculum. They enjoyed participating in the songs and dances and continued singing them until dismissal time at the end of the day.!”
~ Teacher, Mary McLeod Bethune Elementary School, Moreno Valley USD