Every Drop Counts

Every Drop Counts

Every Drop Counts, PEA's water curriculum, inspires students to protect and conserve a precious natural resource-- water! Students will learn about the key characteristics that make water so crucial to our survival through interactive activities and engaging demonstrations. Students will measure the distribution of all the water on earth, and will discover the relationship between climate change and our access to water. They will also learn the many ways they can prevent water waste and protect our water sources from pollution. The program is geared toward students in 7th – 9th grades, but can be customized for all ages.

Thanks to our partnership with Winston-Salem/ Forsyth County Schools, PEA provides the program in 9th grade classrooms across the county. 

Interested in bringing Every Drop Counts to your classroom or group?

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Thanks to Every Drop Counts Sponsors:

Engaging with Students across Forsyth County

In 2020, Every Drop Counts impacted:

  • 1000+ students across 15+ schools
  • 100% of students participating demonstrated increased knowledge about energy consumption and conservation
  • 100% of teachers participating said they would recommend the program to other teachers and classrooms.

Quotes about Every Drop Counts

"The presentation was interesting and informative. It touched on some important sub-topics, such as: water pollution & protection, the water cycle, and global water habits/practices. The activities were interesting and interactive"
Donovan Kent, Carter G Woodson School
"I loved the program, it was a well of knowledge for the students and some great review as well!... I really enjoed the various demonstrations and the students loved them as well. They were asking if we could make one later in the year!"
Noah Henley, Wiley Middle School
"Loved the presentation & my kids enjoyed it too!... I appreciated you providing a worksheet for them to work on. The demos were especially fun!"
Alison Wright, Early College of Forsyth