Schools Invited to Participate in Arlington's StormTalkers Education Program
By Melissa Walker, Environmental Education
Posted on October 07, 2019, October 07, 2019

The Public Works and Transportation Department’s Stormwater Management Division would like to welcome all our students and teachers back for another school year and wanted to remind our educators that Stormwater staff provides elementary schools and their students with short 45-minute hands on presentations through the StormTalkers Education program. 

The Public Works and Transportation Department’s Stormwater Management Division would like to welcome all our students and teachers back for another school year and wanted to remind our educators that Stormwater staff provides elementary schools and their students with short 45-minute hands on presentations through the StormTalkers Education program.

These programs are designed to provide our students with a basic understanding of stormwater pollution and prevention, water quality, the function of the storm drain system and flood safety. These programs also provide support for TEKS biology and social studies testing standards.

1st grade- Freddy the Fish
2nd grade – A Rain Drops Journey
3rd grade – Journey Through the Storm Drain
4th grade – Bugs Don’t Bother Me!
5th and 6th grade – We all live in a Watershed
5th and 6th grade- Be Flood Prepared!

If you’re interested in a StormTalkers presentation please contact Melissa Walker, Stormwater Education Specialist at 817-459-6572 or Melissa.Walker@arlingtontx.gov.

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