Program Overview

As part of the Kern County Water Agency’s Improvement District No. 4’s (ID4) commitment to water education, kindergarten through 6th grade classrooms that participate in ID4 education programs are asked to join the 3,000-gallon Water Conservation Challenge.  The Deputies of Water Conservation activity encourages students to conserve water at home and at school, and track their water savings on a classroom poster.  Once a classroom reaches the goal of 3,000 gallons of water savings, the students are designated Deputies of Water Conservation.  ID4 applauds the following classrooms on their commitment to water education and on reaching their goal!


2017-2018 Deputies of Water Conservation

  • Mrs. Bautista's 3rd Grade Class - Thorner Elementary School

2016-2017 Deputies of Water Conservation

  • Mrs. Bautista's 3rd Grade Class - Thorner Elementary School
  • Mrs. Beard's 2nd-4th Grade Class - California Virtual Academies
  • Mrs. Ritter's 3rd Grade Class - Quailwood Elementary
  • Mrs. Oliver's 3rd Grade Class - Quailwood Elementary
  • Mrs. Harris's 5th Grade Science Classes - Horace Mann Elementary

2015-2016 Deputies of Water Conservation

  • Mrs. Craig's 4th Grade Class - Munsey Elementary School
  • Mrs. Johnston's 1st Grade Class - William Penn Elementary School
  • Mr. Laird's 5th Grade Class - Harding Elementary School
  • Ms. Allen's 3rd Grade Class - Jefferson Elementary School
  • Mrs. Braker's 1st Grade Class - Downtown Elementary School
  • Mrs. Vasquez 3rd Grade Class - Downtown Elementary School
  • Mrs. Cantu's 1st Grade Class - Virginia Avenue School
  • Mrs. Quintanilla's 5th-6th Grade Class - Virginia Avenue School
Mrs. Quintanilla's Class

Mrs. Quintanilla's Class