A CIESE Collaborative Project

Water Use Data (September 1, 2006 - August 31, 2007)

Date Water Used (gallons/person/day) Water Used (liters/person/day) Flow Direction School District City State Country Continent Latitude Longitude Teacher Grade/Subject Students Additional Comments
9/7/2006 89 336.42 Can't Tell Stevens Institute of Technology N/A Hoboken NJ USA North America 40:44 North 74:01 West Mercedes McKay CIESE Project Leader 2 Have fun with the project!
9/14/2006 113.4 428.65 Clockwise Erin School Erin Hartford Wisconsin U.S.A. North America 41 N 87 W Terry Dittman Science\7th grade 35
9/15/2006 88 332.64 Clockwise Norwood School Independent School Bethesda Maryland USA North America 39.0014 N 77.1797 W Elizabeth Lener Science - Grade 5 14
9/15/2006 94 355.32 Counter-Clockwise Norwood School Independent Bethesda Maryland USA North America 39 N 77 W Elizabeth Lener Science - grade 5 16
9/26/2006 80 302.4 kherad Tehran Tehran Iran Asia Sepideh Shahidi grade 4 23
9/28/2006 76.8 290.3 Can't Tell Forest Ridge Academy Schererville IN USA North America 41.49 N 87.46 W Debbie Heinz Technology/Middle School 23
10/2/2006 118 446.04 Crest Memorial Wildwood Crest Wildwood Crest nj usa North America Mr. Fritz 8th grade 11
10/2/2006 125 472.5 Crest Memorial Wildwood Crest Wildwood Crest nj usa North America Mr. Fritz 8th grade 8
10/5/2006 112.16 423.98 Rukmini Devi Public School Delhi Delhi India Asia 29 degrees 77 degrees Pooja Thakar Class 7 15 Students loved doing this project. Looking forward to be a part of these types of projects in future.
10/10/2006 132 498.96 Counter-Clockwise Quibbletown Middle School Piscataway Piscataway New Jersey United sStates of America North America 40 N 74 W Mr.Cohen 8 7
10/10/2006 132 498.96 Counter-Clockwise quibble town middle school piscataway piscataway new jersey united states of america North America 40 N 74 W mr.cohen 8 7
10/10/2006 132 498.96 Counter-Clockwise Quibbletown Middle School Piscataway Piscataway New Jersey America North America North 40 West 74 Mr Cohen 8 7
10/10/2006 132 498.96 Counter-Clockwise quibbletown piscataway piscataway new jersey united state of america North America north 40 west 74 mr.cohen 8 7
10/10/2006 123 464.94 Clockwise Quibbletown Piscataway Piscataway New Jersey Middlesex North America Mr.Cohen 8th/ Earth Science 14
10/10/2006 200 756 quibbletown piscataway piscataway new jersey usa North America mr. cohen science 8th grade 3
10/10/2006 123 464.94 Clockwise Quibbletown Middle School Piscataway piscataway New Jersey USA North America 40 34 N 74 27 W Mr.Cohen 8th 14
10/10/2006 123 464.94 Clockwise QUIBBLETOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL PISCATAWAY NEW JERSEY UNITED STATES North America MR. COHEN 14
10/10/2006 200 756 quibbletown piscataway piscataway new jersey usa North America mr. cohen science 8th grade 14
10/12/2006 1714.18 6479.58 Desert Ridge High School Gilbert Mesa Arizona United States North America Ms. Ruot Ecology, Senior 1 I did not know how much water i used. So this was really neat learning about how much i did use.
10/13/2006 231.5 875.07 Can't Tell Armand Bayou Elementary Clear Creek ISD Houston TX United States North America Mrs. Bank fourth grade 13
10/13/2006 69 260.82 Can't Tell Armand Bayou Elementary Clear Creek ISD Houston TX United States North America Mrs. Schulz Fourth 13
10/16/2006 58.2 220 Clockwise Park Forest Elementary State College Area State College PA United States North America 40.792522 N 77.852279 W T. Del Real 5th Grade 23 We were surprised by the range of water usage 606.75/week in our class.
10/25/2006 93.92 355 Counter-Clockwise Magellan Charter School North Carolina Charter Raleigh NC US North America 35 N 78 W Susan Young 8th grade science 65
11/1/2006 82 309.96 Meadows School Millbrae School District Millbrae Calif. US North America Rachel Reed 4th / 5th Grade 25 Students enjoyed doing this project because it makes them see how much water is used in a day.
11/1/2006 98 370.44 Meadows School Millbrae School District Millbrae Calif. US North America Loretta Piccinini 5th grade 15
11/1/2006 125 472.5 Meadows School Millbrae School District Millbrae Calif. US North America Kathleen Butler 5th grade 27 Once again the kids loved it. It makes them very conscious of their usage and ways to conserve.
11/1/2006 113 427.14 Meadows School Millbrae School District Millbrae Calif. US North America Danielle Tupac 4th grade 28
11/3/2006 86 325.08 Can't Tell The Gordon School East Providence Rhode Island USA North America 41.8N 71.4 W Blinn Dorsey Grade 8 Math/Science 12
11/15/2006 68.25 258 Counter-Clockwise IES ROQUETES ROQUETES TARRAGONA CATALUNYA Europe 40 49' 19'' 0 31'19'' ANNA LLOSA 12
11/28/2006 81.3 307.31 Counter-Clockwise Marion High School 3rd hr. Science Marion Public Schools Marion MI USA North America 44.0 N 85.2 W Mr. Keeler Science/ 8th grade 17 Hi (Morgan). You should do this project (Jessi). I liked it because it got my family involved in it (Tara). I didn't like it because I'm lazy and don't like to work (Jordan). I liked it because it got our whole class involved and kept our attention (Jacob). I liked it because it was out of the ordinary (Taylor). I think it was cool because we didn't know how much water we had used (Alex).
11/29/2006 92 347.76 Counter-Clockwise Marion High School 5th hr Science Marion Public School Marion Mi USA North America 44.0 N 85.2 W Mr. Keeler Science 8th grade 17 This project was very interesting and fun (DJ). I was surprised at how much water we used (Sarah). I was amazed by how many schools have participated in the project (Taylor). I was amazed that I used 550 gallons of water in one week just on showers (Devon). I thought we would have used more water than we did (Brianna).
1/3/2007 74 279.72 Archbold Middle School Archbold Archbold Ohio USA North America 42N 84W JoAnne Rupp 5 17
1/3/2007 131.6 497.45 Counter-Clockwise Kissel Hill Elementary Warwick Lititz PA USA North America 40.162573N 76.29926W Miss Grubb 5 26
1/3/2007 79 298.62 Archbold Middle School Archbold Archbold Ohio USA North America 42N 84W JoAnne Rupp 6 16
2/13/2007 106.2 401.44 Counter-Clockwise The Winston School Period 1 Short Hills NJ United States North America 40.7 N 74.3 W Dr. Davis Science 6th grade 6
2/13/2007 111.7 422.23 Both Ways The Winston School Period 3 Short Hills NJ USA North America 40.7 N 74.3 W DR. Davis Sixth grade 7
2/13/2007 101.9 385.18 Both Ways The Winston School Period 4 Short Hills NJ USA North America 40.7 N 74.3 W Dr.Davis science 6th grade 7
2/19/2007 53.54 202.4 Counter-Clockwise IES ROQUETES ROQUETES CATALONIA SPAIN Europe 40 49' 19'' 0 31'19'' ANNA LLOSA English as a second language 12/13 years 15
2/21/2007 104 393.12 Counter-Clockwise Greater Atlanta Christian School Norcross Georgia Gwinnett North America Mr. Moloney 4th Grade 22
2/21/2007 98 370.44 Counter-Clockwise Greater Atlanta Christian School Norcross Georgia Gwinnett North America Mrs. Cherry 4th Grade 22
2/21/2007 74 279.72 Can't Tell Jefferson Elementary Dixon Public School Dixon Illinois United States North America Kim Gentry 4th Grade 22
2/22/2007 76.43 288.91 Taylor Middle School Fauquier County Warrenton VA USA North America 38.42.41N 077.48.34W Mrs. Rogers Science 6th grade 20
2/28/2007 82.54 312 Clockwise Calgary Girls' School Calgary Alberta CANADA North America 50N 115W Melissa Bartlett Grade 7 25
2/28/2007 82.54 312 Nelly McClung N/A Calgary Aleberta Canada North America N/A N/A Miss Fieldberg Grade 6 pure Science 32
3/2/2007 77.51 293 Calgary Girls' School Calgary Alberta Canada North America Ms. Hannah McKnight Grade 7 25 Thanks!
3/16/2007 107 404.46 Counter-Clockwise Davis Elementary Hillsborough County Tampa Florida USA North America Mrs. Weber Fifth Grade 11
3/21/2007 95 359.1 Rosalie Elementary Jackson County Pisgah Alabama USA North America B Shelton 5A Science 20
3/21/2007 102 385.56 Rosalie Elementary Jackson County Pisgah Alabama USA North America B Shelton 5B Science 19
3/21/2007 105 396.9 Rosalie Elementary Jackson County Pisgah Alabama USA North America B Shelton 6A Science 13
3/21/2007 96 362.88 Rosalie Elementary Jackson County Pisgah Alabama USA North America B Shelton 6B Science 13
3/22/2007 85 321.3 Fieldston Lower School Bronx NY USA North America Michael Wilkinson Grade 6 Science 20
4/19/2007 256 967.68 Clockwise Hull Middle Gwinnett Duluth GA USA North America 33.94N 83.99W Scoggins 3rd Period Science/ Grade 6 28
4/19/2007 332 1254.96 Clockwise Hull Middle Gwinnett Duluth GA Gwinnett North America 33.94N 83.99W Scoggins 4th Period Science/Grade 6 28
4/19/2007 247 933.66 Clockwise Hull Middle Gwinnett Duluth GA Gwinnett North America 33.94N 83.99W Scoggins 5th Period Science/ 6th Grade 28
4/19/2007 215 812.7 Clockwise Hull Middle Gwinnett Duluth GA USA North America 33.94N 83.99W Scoggins 6th Period Science/6th 28
4/19/2007 215 812.7 Clockwise Hull Middle Gwinnett Duluth GA USA North America 33.94N 83.99W Scoggins 6th Period Science/6th 28
4/27/2007 102 385.56 Counter-Clockwise Lamar Louise Curry Middle Miami Dade County Public Schools Miami Florida U.S.A North America 25.71 North 80.43 West Perdomo Earth Space Science / 8th Grade/ P3 15 Studedtns did have fun doing this and they will be implementing some reduction of use at home ; there is a water restriction use in South Florida
4/27/2007 139 525.42 Counter-Clockwise Lamar Louise Curry Middle Miami Dade County Public Schools Miami Florida U.S.A North America 25.71 North 80.43 West Perdomo Earth Space Science / 8th Grade/P5 21 Studedtns did have fun doing this and they will be implementing some reduction of use at home ; there is a water restriction use in South Florida
4/27/2007 163 616.14 Counter-Clockwise Lamar Louise Curry Middle Miami Dade County Public Schools Miami Florida U.S.A North America 25.71 North 80.43 West Perdomo Earth Space Science / 8th Grade/ P2 9 Studedtns did have fun doing this and they will be implementing some reduction of use at home ; there is a water restriction use in South Florida
4/27/2007 136 514.08 Counter-Clockwise Lamar Louise Curry Middle Miami Dade County Public Schools Miami Florida U.S.A North America 25.71 North 80.43 West Perdomo Earth Space Science / 8th Grade/ P4 17 Studedtns did have fun doing this and they will be implementing some reduction of use at home ; there is a water restriction use in South Florida now.
4/27/2007 168 635.04 Counter-Clockwise Lamar Louise Curry Midle Miami Dade County Public Schools Miami Florida U.S.A. North America 25.71 North 80.43 West Perdomo Earth Space/ 8th Grade/ P6 11 helped control or know about water use in a very important water restriction mandate in South Florida.
4/27/2007 60 226.8 Ramsey Junior High School Saint Paul Saint Paul Minnesota United States of America North America 100 W 35 N Mrs. Shabnam Butler Grade 7, Science 24
4/29/2007 149 563.22 Can't Tell Somerset Academy Broward Pembroke Pines Florida USA North America Ms. O'Rourke Science 5th - Block 1 27
4/30/2007 152 574.56 Can't Tell Somerset Academy Broward Pembroke Pines Florida USA North America Ms. O'Rourke Science - 5th - Block 2 23
4/30/2007 202.25 764.51 Clockwise St. Andrew Chicago Archdiocese Chicago IL USA North America Mr. Bergstrom 4th Grade Science 26
4/30/2007 98 370.44 Counter-Clockwise Riverdale Elementary Shelby County Schools Germantown TN United States North America 35N 90W P.Miller Science2/Fifth Grade 18 A lot of us changed our water usage habits. This created awareness for our students and for this teacher.
5/1/2007 57 215.46 St. Charles Borromeo Parma Ohio USA North America David Krizan Computer Grade 6 25
5/1/2007 90 340.2 St. Charles Borromeo Parma Ohio USA North America David Krizan Computer Grade 6 24
5/2/2007 103 389.34 Ramsey JH Period 1 St Paul School District St Paul MN USA North America 35 N 100 W Shabnam Butler Science 7-8 28
5/3/2007 139 525.42 Both Ways MacKinnon Middle School 8B Wharton Public Schools Wharton NJ U.S.A North America Mrs.Cunha 8-Math 14
5/3/2007 119 449.82 Counter-Clockwise MacKinnon Middle School 8C Wharton Public Schools Wharton NJ USA North America Mrs. Cunha Math 8th 13
5/7/2007 127.9 483.46 Counter-Clockwise MacKinnon Middle School (8D) Wharton Public Schools Wharton NJ United States of America North America Mrs. Cunha Grade 8 Math 20
5/9/2007 113.6 429.41 Both Ways MacKinnon Middle School Wharton Borough Wharton NJ USA North America Mrs.Pillsbury Math (8A) 17
5/11/2007 87.2 329.62 Clockwise Valley Forge Middle School Tredyffrin/Easttown Wayne PA USA North America 40.06 N 75.4 W Mr. Eickhoff 6th grade science 22
5/11/2007 84.4 319.03 Clockwise Valley Forge Middle School Tredyffrin/Easttown Wayne PA USA North America Mr. Eickhoff 6th grade science 18
5/11/2007 98.6 372.71 Clockwise Valley Forge Middle School Tredyffrin/Easttown Wayne PA USA North America 40.06 N 75.4 W Mr. Eickhoff 6th grade science 19
5/18/2007 79.03 298.74 Counter-Clockwise IES ROQUETES ROQUETES TARRAGONA CATALONIA Europe 40 49' 19'' 0 31' 19'' ANNA LLOSA ENGLISH (ESL) 15
5/23/2007 74.08 280.02 Counter-Clockwise Highland School Midland Park Midland Park NJ United States of America North America 41 N 74 W Carole Steel Enrichment/grade 5 23
5/29/2007 90 340.2 Counter-Clockwise St. Thecla School Clintondale Clinton Township Michigan Macomb North America 42 33' 28 N -82 54' 30 Mrs. Lynn Fennell 5th Grade Computers 52
6/29/2007 102.1 385.94 Counter-Clockwise Ridgeway Elementary School White Plains Public Schools White Plains NY USA North America 41N 73'45"W Bonnie Ackerman WINGS/Enrichment Grade 4 28 the children were amazed and impressed with the results and are monitoring better water use at home and in school....