FREE Water Education Materials
Project W.E.T. teacher training workshops
Solano County’s School Water Education Program (SWEP) provides FREE resources to help teach water awareness and conservation to K-12 students. Check out our 2017-2018 school year flier to learn more about program details. Solano County teachers can schedule a class presentation, borrow a teaching kit, attend a teacher training, or get educational materials for students - all of our resources are FREE!
We support elementary, middle and high school teachers.
Project Wet Teacher Training
SWEP offers the award winning, international Project WET training program to teachers at two separate times in the 2016-2017 school year. Find out more by downloading the Project WET Flier
In-class Presentations by SWEP Educators
SWEP helps K-12 educators teach youth about conserving and protecting our water resources. We offer classroom presentations, teaching materials and curriculum. Contact coordinator Laura Morgan at to discuss and schedule a presentation for your class
SWEP Materials for Classrooms
Our materials can help your students understand where our community’s water comes from, what we use it for, and how we can all conserve water to protect our environment, today and for the future. The SWEP Materials flier provides a list of all materials available to program participants. Click the link to download it, and when you’ve found materials that look good for your classroom, contact SWEP Coordinator Laura Morgan at to arrange delivery directly to your school. You can also ask about booking class presentations, and loans of our many classroom kits.
SWEP resources are free to all K-12 teachers and after-school programs in Solano County. The program is funded by Solano County cities and water suppliers to promote water education and conservation.