Water on the Go! brings freshwater education into middle school classrooms throughout Michigan. Programs engage students in fun presentations and hands-on learning about water science and protecting the Great Lakes.
Consumer's Energy Water on the Go!
Water on the Go! programs are available to 6th-8th grade classrooms within the following sponsorship service areas, free of charge:
Consumers Energy Foundation supports Water on the Go! programs in the Grand River, White River, Muskegon River and Saginaw Bay watersheds.
DENSO Water on the Go!
BOSCH Design Thinking Water on the Go!
Water on the Go! programs are available to 6th-8th grade classrooms within Southfield Public Schools, free of charge:
Through funding from BOSCH, design thinking WOG programs are offered to public school 6th-8th grade teachers and students in the Farmington/Farmington Hills, Flatrock, Livonia, Plymouth Twp, and Warren school districts.
Each of these programs are developed using Next Generation Science Standards and are designed to challenge students to engineer solutions to real-world problems facing the Great Lakes through creating and testing prototypes. Each program includes two days of classroom instruction lead by our staff, as well as pre and post lesson materials for teacher use. All programs are offered completely free of charge, including materials.
For program details and to schedule a sponsored program, or to contact us for timing and availability:
Lizz Parkinson, Freshwater Education Coordinator