Community education programs
I am a 6th grade teacher at Oaklea Middle School in Junction City. [EWEB Community Education
Coordinator] Mr. John Femal presented to my Science class. His presentation was superb! My
students were engaged for the entire presentation, and we learned so much! He made a
complicated subject matter easy for students to comprehend and his visuals brought electricity to life!
The Eugene Water & Electric Board believes in the importance of educating today's youth about
topics including electricity, safety, conservation, renewable energy and water resources.
We proudly provide the following resources:
EWEB provides grant funds to local schools and non-profit organizations each year to fund programs
focusing on water and energy resources.
Read about EWEB's different classroom presentations and facility tours designed to help students better
understand energy and water resources.
EWEB has developed educational activities ranging from student writing projects to all-school assemblies.
EWEB offers classroom teachers and community educators resource materials on electricity, electric safety,
water and renewable energy resources.
See our list of additional websites that provide educational resources for teachers, students and the community.