PALMDALE – The Palmdale Water District invited students at Golden Poppy Elementary School to âImagine a Day Without Waterâ by distributing reusable stainless steel water bottles to students, along with water-related stickers for students. decorate.
The bottles were distributed to students in teacher Janet Morris’ fifth grade class as part of the district’s annual campaign to encourage awareness of water use and conservation.
Students personalized their bottles with stickers, including a smiling water drop, a map of California, the PWD water drop logo, and water saving messages.
“They all now have good reusable bottles that they can fill with tap water and use throughout their school day,” said Robert Rosati, water use efficiency specialist. from PWD, who worked with the teacher on the project.
In addition to decorating their new bottles, the fifth graders shared their thoughts on what a world without water would be like.
âWater is our most important resource,â Jazzlyn Jimenez said. “Water helps us prevent the spread of germs when we wash our hands and keeps us clean and healthy.”
âWe will always need water,â said his classmate Abraham Aguilar. âIt helps us clean ourselves and our food. We need it for drinking. We need it to live our best life.
This year is the seventh year that the Palmdale Water District has recognized âImagine a Day Without Waterâ as an effort to raise awareness and educate the community about water issues, where it comes from and where it is going.
The district is one of more than 1,300 participants, including other water utilities, civic leaders, educators and businesses taking part in this year’s campaign.