Education Programs

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SD1 offers comprehensive education programs to teach about storm water and wastewater. These programs help us meet regulatory requirements while educating, engaging and inspiring students and other members of the community.

Storm Water Education

SD1 partnered with local school districts to develop and implement an environmental unit. The unit consists of five one-hour lessons that cover topics like point source and non-point source pollution, watershed management, wetlands and best management practices. Through these lessons, students learn the value of our water resources. Geared towards fourth and fifth grades, the unit reaches about 5,000 Northern Kentucky students every year.

SD1 also offers presentations and guided tours and field trips to groups that want to learn more about storm water and how it affects our community.

Wastewater Education

SD1’s wastewater curriculum helps students and community members learn what happens to water after it is used. Geared towards middle school students, these lessons teach about SD1’s role in the community, daily activities that use water and just how much water a person uses every day. 

SD1 also offers presentations and guided tours and field trips to groups that want to learn more about the wastewater treatment process.

Learn More

If you have any questions about SD1’s education programs, please call 859-578-7450 and ask to speak to the environmental education program manager.
 
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