Greeley: Confluence Institute — Water Training for Teachers, July 31 to August 3


Here’s the announcement from the City of Greeley:

The Confluence Institute continues in its 3rd year with a new focus of study. This year we’ll concentrate on water in our urban settings.

The 4 day workshop for K-12 teachers will give you tools and resources to teach all aspects of water in a way that will complement the new state standards. The course can be applied for re-certification requirements. Two Continuing Education Credits will be available through Adams State College. Classroom materials and the Project Wet Activity Guide will be provided. Most important, it’s 4 days of fun! Highlights of this year’s conference include a water use tour, a canoe trip and the Graduation BBQ.

The workshop, your meals, and materials will be provided at no cost to you.

Space is limited to 30 teachers. Reservations are being accepted now. Look in your school emails, or contact Kathy Parker at 970-330-4540.

The workshop is sponsored by the Central Colorado Water Conservancy District, the West Greeley Conservation District, the Poudre Learning Center and the City of Greeley Water Conservation and Stormwater Programs.

Use this registration form to sign up:

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