Teach L.A.'s Kids

Teachers are instrumental in educating Los Angeles students about the importance of keeping our rivers, creeks and ocean free of pollution. These lessons teach our kids how to protect LA’s local waters and inspire them to become lifelong stewards of the environment. In an effort to support teachers, the Watershed Protection Program has developed clean water classroom materials and a teachers’ packet. In addition, we have collected a list of interactive opportunities throughout Los Angeles County, where children can engage in hands-on learning.
The City of Los Angeles provides a variety of materials that help support Los Angeles teachers in educating their students about the importance of keeping our local waters clean.More about Classroom Materials
Here in SoCal, multiple organizations and municipalities offer a wide array of storm water pollution prevention educational information for all audiences.
More about Teacher Resources
We have compiled a list of educational online resources for children! These resources are from local Los Angeles sources and are listed in alphabetically.More about Virtual Resources