The Well Watch Program (WWP) is an interdisciplinary earth's systems program providing K-12 students with a close-to-home, concrete, opportunity to investigate real science issues surrounding groundwater and surface water. This program enables students to better understand the science that guides their water management decisions.
The goal of the WWP is to develop a greater understanding and awareness of groundwater science and to develop an appreciation for the importance of groundwater to our region. We also aim to teach students the importance of field methods and getting their hands on the technical equipment to learn scientific methods.
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Ivonne Morales, pictured to the left, is the Program Facilitator for the WWP and is the Secondary Specialist for the Poudre Learning Center. Ivonne was born and raised in Greeley, Colorado and graduated with degrees in Environmental Studies and Sociology from CU Boulder in 2017. Her hydro-sociology courses peaked her interest in water. Learning how fundamental water is as a resource for all living things, she hopes to help others understand their connection to water so they can better protect it and make better water management decisions.
Courtney Sandoval, pictured to the right, is the Water Ambassador for the WWP and is the Field Operation Assistant for Central Colorado Water Conservancy District. Courtney assists with the operations of the WWP.
Courtney graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 2017 with a degree in Environmental Studies. After landing a job in the water industry, she went on to complete a Graduate Certificate in Water Resources from Colorado State University. Growing up in rural Gilcrest, Colorado, Courtney wanted to work within the agricultural community and share the importance of managing water wisely and efficiently.
Chuck Call, pictured in the middle, is a Well Watch volunteer. Chuck was the Program Facilitator for the WWP up until 2017 but continues to be involved in the Well Watch Program as a volunteer and advisor. He is currently working on several personal projects and hopes to become more active in the program once these projects are complete. His experience as an elementary teacher allowed him to transform the WWP to meet today's science standards!
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Opportunities include (but are not limited to): water quality testing, assisting with school visits, lending your expertise, providing testing resources, project collaboration, leading field experiences at the Poudre Learning Center and so much more!
Supporting the Well Watch Program allows our team to continue improving the learning experience for students, update our water quality testing, continue to provide testing equipment for participating schools while also reaching out to more students.
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