The Community Energy EnergyWise Education School Program was developed to teach 5th grade students easy ways to use energy more efficiently while increasing the energy savings in their homes. Program content supports Sample State learning standards so you can easily integrate the program into your existing curriculum.
The Community Energy EnergyWise Education Program comes with a teacher book filled with lesson plans and engaging activities that you can use inside and outside of the classroom. Each student, and teacher, will receive an individual Student Guide, Student Workbook, and an EnergyWise Education Box. The box includes energy-efficient products that will help students implement classroom lessons at home. Box items include:
All we ask in return for your participation in the Community Energy EnergyWise Education Program is that your students complete a short survey. The student survey contains a pre- and post-program quiz. Survey responses help gauge the knowledge gained by each student during the program. If your students take a pledge to be energy efficient and return their student surveys, each student will receive a Community Energy certificate of achievement! A self-addressed postage-paid return envelope is provided in your teacher materials to make the return of these surveys even easier for you.
There are a limited number of kits available for each school year. If you are a 5th grade school teacher and have already been contacted about participating in the program, you can enroll now here!
There is no cost to you, your students, or your school district. Franklin Energy develops and implements the EnergyWise Education Program on behalf of Community Energy.
When you enroll in the Community Energy EnergyWise Education Program, one kit will be provided for each student enrolled in your class with no maximum number of kits for each class. However, there are a limited number of kits available for each school year. When this maximum number of kits has been reached, no more classrooms will be able to participate in the program until the following school year.
When you enroll in the EnergyWise Education Program, your school will get to work with Community Energy in an exclusive program that can help make an impact on your immediate community. In addition to teaching lessons that will promote lifelong efficient use of energy by your students and their households, each participating teacher will receive a gift card in the amount of $50 for their classroom when 80 percent of their student surveys are completed and returned by May 30th.
Community Energy, a public utility owned by Sample Corporation, provides energy to more than half a million electric customers in Sample and Sample and more than 100,000 natural gas customers in northern Sample. For more information, click here.
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