Queen Creek Outreach Programs

Through a partnership with the Town of Queen Creek, the Environmental Education Exchange is proud to provide several different classroom programs covering a variety of environmental topics.

For more information on scheduling presentations within Queen Creek or adopting a similar program for your community, contact Claudine Truxal, Phoenix Energy Programs Manager, at ctruxal@eeexchange.org or 602.909.5341.

 

 

Too Good to Throw Away! is a three-part recycling education program designed for 3rd and 4th grade. Students learn about and practice the 3Rs: reduce, reuse, and recycle – and have FUN in the process. This program includes a pre-visit activity, an interactive 55-minute classroom presentation, and two post-visit activities.  Too Good to Throw Away! provides practical knowledge and skills that will help students make intelligent decisions now and in the future.

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Preserve the QC! is a three-part classroom outreach program about recycling, water conservation and air quality for grades 5-8.  This interactive program includes a pre-visit video and accompanying student worksheet, an 55-minute classroom presentation, and four post-visit activities.  Preserve the QC! supports community goals and environmental stewardship.

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Our Water, Our Future is a three-part classroom outreach program for fourth and fifth grade. The program addresses the water cycle, Queen Creek’s water supply, water as a limited resource, water use, water recycling, and water conservation. It includes one pre-visit classroom lesson, a hands-on 55-minute classroom presentation, and two post-visit lessons.

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