Students splash water message
AS part of National Water Week, Coolbellup Community School celebrated a decade of involvement in the Water Corporation’s Waterwise Schools Program.
Deputy principal Caroline Churchill said the school aimed to raise awareness of water conservation and management.
“The Waterwise Schools Program engages the students into a greater understanding of water in the environment and how water is vital to a sustainable future,” Mrs Churchill said.
Coolbellup is showcasing its dedication to the Waterwise program with classroom activities and a display of water-themed books in the library throughout Term 4.
At a special assembly last week Corporation general manager customer and community group Catherine Ferrari thanked the school for sharing the waterwise message.
Now in its 22nd year, there are 570 schools enrolled in the Waterwise Schools Program across WA.
Caroline Churchill and Water Corporation Waterwise Schools Coordinator Emma Williams with Sofia Kirina and Tyson Matthews.