The annual Make a Splash festival was attended by more than 370 students from five elementary school schools. The annual Make a splash festival was attended by more than 370 students from five elementary school schools.
Students visited stations that focused on the historical and current uses Delaware’s water resources. These included a wetland walk, wave tank, and recyclings impact on clean watersways. Students were able to participate in the Incredible Journey: Water Cycle and sing sea shanties.
Shawn M. Garvin (DNREC secretary) said that Make a splash is a great way for students to connect what’s happening in their classrooms with what’s happening in the environment. It is our hope that these connections will inspire the next generation Delaware water resource stewards.
Participated were students from Lighthouse Christian School and John Bassett Moore, Townsend and South Dover elementary schools.