Theater Assembly Program
EMWD provides a COMPLIMENTARY environmental assembly program for schools located within its service area.
Schools have the opportunity to choose their desired assembly program provider from one of the following:
|Discovery Cube||EarthCapades||Shows that Teach|
NEW performances are developed each year! Click the links above for more information on each provider.
Theater Assembly Program Details
- EMWD is pleased to cover all program costs. There is no 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.
- A minimum of 100 students is required for each performance; unless prior arrangements have been made.
- Scheduling is based on a first come, first served basis. Priority will be 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.
These theater assembly programs address several Next Generation Science Standards, and align 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; and
- How to conserve water.
Schedule Your Assembly
EMWD is currently scheduling for the 2018/2019 school year. For more information about each vendor and how to schedule your assembly, please click the image above.
Discovery Cube Performance
“Yes! Yes! My students were smiling. Very clear directions/instructions. Engaging to students and they really wanted to participate.”
“The instructions were amazing! The audience was enthralled! I couldn’t believe how they could teach the subject matter and juggle at the same time. This was a direct extension of our curriculum. A fabulous review that prompted conservation and the reasoning behind it.”
Shows that Teach Performance
“I’ve been teaching school for 22 years. We get people coming to present and the kids start nodding off. But with your show our kids were excited. Our kids were raising their hands. Our kids wanted to be a part of what you were doing. You had them moving. You owned the audience for [the] entire time. And I know these kids walked away with something they are going to be able to use. I can’t recommend you any higher.”