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Splash McClean is SD1's fish mascot. Splash helps children understand how human behavior can negatively or positively impact fish and wildlife habitats. He especially enjoys visiting groups and schools that go above and beyond to protect our environment.
To schedule a mascot appearance for your group or special event, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following information:
- Your name
- Contact phone number
- The name of your school or group
- The event you would like Splash to visit
- An estimated number of participants
- The date and time of the event
You may also call the Storm Water Hotline at 859-578-6745 to speak to SD1's Environmental Education Program Manager.
*Please note: You may not borrow/rent the costume.
SD1 is committed to reaching students and residents of the Northern Kentucky community with a message of stewarding and protecting our water resources. SD1's presentations offer real-world knowledge and equip participants with action steps to apply what they have learned.
We offer presentations about wastewater and storm water topics to groups of all ages. Some of our specific presentations are detailed below. If you would like a presentation on a related topic that is not listed, please contact us to see if we can accommodate your request.
To schedule a presentation for your group, please email us at email@example.com and include the following:
- Requested date(s)
- Requested time(s)
- School or group
- Number of students
- Age or grade level of students
- Would you like a wastewater, storm water or other presentation?
- Will this presentation enrich a unit or lesson that you will be teaching during the presentation request date? If so, what is the subject or title of the unit/lesson?
You may also call the Storm Water Hotline at 859-578-6745 to speak with SD1's Environmental Education Program Manager.
Storm Water/Enviroscape Presentation
Allow a SD1 representative to give your students the opportunity to the play the roles of farmers, industrial workers, golf course owners, developers, construction workers, and homeowners faced with the challenge of minimizing and eliminating sources of point source and nonpoint source pollution in their watershed. Don't miss this one-hour, hands-on, eye-opening demonstration! Using an interactive Enviroscape (model of a town), we will show students how human behavior can impact waterways.
*Note to fourth and fifth grade Environmental Unit teachers: This presentation coincides with Lesson 1 of the Environmental Unit. You can schedule a representative from SD1 to teach this lesson for you or you may borrow the model and teach the lesson yourself.
Allow a SD1 representative to give your students the opportunity to learn about the components of a wastewater collection and treatment system using an interactive Enviroscape model. Find out what happens to water between the time it leaves your home, school or place of business and the time it is returned to the natural environment. SD1 can also bring a short 10-minute video and pictures outlining the treatment process at our largest wastewater treatment plant.