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Schedule a School Field Trip

School teachers in the LVMWD/TSD service area of grades 5 and above are invited to bring their students on a guided field trip to our potable, wastewater, recycling and composting facilities. Tours are offered at NO COST. Homeschools, Girl/Boy Scouts and other student groups are also welcome. 

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4/5 Science

Together Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD) and LVMWD have integrated engaging, interactive water studies into the 4th and 5th grade curriculum using existing LVUSD programs, supplemental classroom materials and teacher training provided free of charge.

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Water Awareness Student Art Contest

Annually LVMWD hosts a water-wise art contest for K-12 students throughout our service area. Twelve finalists will have their artwork included in a LVMWD desktop calendar.

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Solar Cup

The nation's largest solar-powered boat competition, sponsored by Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, challenges high school teens from across Southern California to design and build a solar-powered boat.  The races are open to the public. 


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Mentorship Program

The Las Virgenes-Triunfo Joint Powers Authority (JPA) mentorship program engages local high school students interested in STEM disciplines—science, technology, engineering and math. Students spend up to four months visiting with District staff members, learning about their jobs, touring facilities, and seeing all that's involved in water and wastewater operations.

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Library Program

LVMWD has provided Calabasas, Agoura Hills and Westlake Village Libraries with a large collection of books and videos on a wide range of water-related topics, and new materials are added every year. 

Whether you’re working on project about the water cycle, planting a water-wise garden, thinking about a career in the water industry, or just curious about water issues, your local library has just what you’re looking for.

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Teacher/Parent Resources  

Here you'll find information on drinking water and wastewater services, current water issues, and activities for kids.