A CIESE Collaborative Project

Water Use Data Sept. 1, 2000 - Aug. 31, 2001

DATE WATER USED (gallons/person/day) WATER USED (liters/person/day) FLOW DIRECTION SCHOOL NAME DISTRICT CITY STATE COUNTRY CONTINENT LATITUDE LONGITUDE TEACHER NAME EMAIL ADDRESS SUBJECT/GRADE NUMBER OF STUDENTS ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
2000-09-05 103 390 Can't Tell Stevens Institute of Technology - CIESE N/A Hoboken New Jersey USA North America 40:44 N 74:01 W Mercedes McKay mmckay@stevens-tech.edu CIESE 2 We were surprised to see our average water use was so high - we always thought we were conserving water!
2000-09-07 30 95 Counter-Clockwise Moose Chelka Maine USA North America Lorin Caspara treeto@aol.com Science 18 We really enjoyed this project
2000-10-25 963.2 2119 Clockwise Mauna Loa School Hawaii Confrence of SDA Hilo Hawaii USA North America 19.45 N 155-W Mr. Lipps MLSSDA@AOL.COM Computer class grades 7-8 8 We feel that we use more water because we get lots of rain, up to 200+ inches per year. Also, some of us use water catchment systems instead of county water. So some of us use less than others. We found that our high usage was 5,000+ liters per week and
2000-11-01 73.75 279.09 NULL Franklin Magnet Middle School Period 3 Champaign Unit #4 Champaign Illinois USA North America 88 15w 40 7n Ms.Kornely kornelca@knight.cmi.k12.il.us 7th grade science 21 We are the class that used the least amount of water in the school.
2000-11-01 93.6 354.21 NULL Franklin midddle school per 4 Champaign unit 4 Champaign Illinois USA North America 88 15 w 40 7n MS.KORNELY kornelca@knight.cmi.k12.il.us 7th grade science 23
2000-11-01 113.15 428.19 NULL Franklin Magnet Middle School Period 5 Champaign Unit 4 Champaign Illinois U.S.A. North America 88 15w 40 7n Ms. Kornely kornelca@knight.cmi.k12.il.us 7th Grade science 14
2000-11-01 92.68 350.73 NULL Franklin Magnet Middle School Period 6 Champaign Unit 4 Champaign Illinois USA North America 88 15W 40 7N Ms.Kornely kornelca@knight.cmi.k12.il.us 7th Grade Science 19
2000-11-02 159.96 605.5 Can't Tell Watchung Hills Regional High School Warren Warren New Jersey United States North America H. Kron hkron@whrhs.org Biology 9th 68
2000-11-20 421.92 1594.86 NULL Oliver Street Newark Newark New Jersey USA North America 41 73 Ms. Laurino/Mrs. Aguanno oliverstreet@yahoo.com Science/Technology 21
2000-11-27 162.92 615.84 Clockwise The Altamont School Birmingham Alabama USA North America 33N 87W Mrs. Martin mmartin@altamontschool.org 8 5 Nope.
2000-11-29 103 390 Both Ways Edison Middle School pd.1 West Orange West Orange New Jersey United States North America 41N 74W Mrs. Zaccaro szaccaro63@yahoo.com Science 8 29
2000-11-29 99 374 Both Ways Edison Middle School Per. 6 West Orange West Orange New Jersey USA North America 41 N 74 W Mrs. Zacarro SZacarro63@yahoo.com Science/8 26
2000-11-29 96 365 Both Ways Edison Middle School Period 8 West Orange West Orange New Jersey United States North America 40:47:34N 74:15:49W Ms.Zaccaro SZaccaro63@yahoo.com Science 8 29
2000-11-30 77 291 Clockwise Edison Middle School Period 4 West Orange West Orange NJ United States North America 40:47:35N 74:15:49W Mrs. Zaccaro szaccaro63@yahoo.com Science 8 28
2000-11-30 102 387 Both Ways Edison MS Pd 3 West Orange West Orange NJ United States North America 41 N 74 W Zaccaro szaccaro63@yahoo.com Science 8 27
2000-12-13 81 364.5 Clockwise Horwood and Newton Tracey Primary School Devon Barnstaple Devon England Europe 51 N 4 W Ian Dickerson iand@hntps.devon.sch.uk Geography 27 We were surprised at the amount of water we used. We would like to take part in any similar projects
2001-01-16 224.1 847.1 Counter-Clockwise Garden Elementary Sarasota County Venice Florida U.S.A. North America 30 N 90 W Wespiser NULL 4th 1 Using the project as a science project for the school science fair. It is a requirement for the gifted (AWP) classes.
2001-01-16 74.89 283.08 Clockwise St. Martin Upper Elementary Jackson County Ocean Springs MS USA North America 30:24:22 88:48:07 Mrs. Randolph NULL 4th Grade - Science 1 I used my family for the project.
2001-01-21 96.83 372.42 Clockwise CEDAR DRIVE SCHOOL PERIOD 1 COLTS NECK COLTS NECK NEW JERSEY MONMOUTH North America 40:17:15 074:10:22 MR. PAT GATTI runner1033@worldnet.att.net SCIENCE GRADE 8 114
2001-01-21 90.8 349.23 Clockwise CEDAR DRIVE SCHOOL PERIOD 2 COLTS NECK COLTS NECK NEW JERSEY MONMOUTH North America 40:17:15 074:10:22 MR. PAT GATTI runner1033@worldnet.att.net science grade 8 114
2001-01-21 94.8 364.62 Clockwise CEDAR DRIVE SCHOOL PERIOD 5 COLTS NECK COLTS NECK NEW JERSEY MONMOUTH North America 40:17:15 074:10:22 MR. PAT GATTI runner1033@worldnet.att.net SCIENCE GRADE 8 114
2001-01-21 88.39 339.96 Clockwise CEDAR DRIVE PERIOD 6 COLTS NECK COLTS NECK NEW JERSEY MONMOUTH North America 40:17:15 074:10:22 MR. PAT GATTI runner1033@worldnet.att.net GRADE 8 SCIENCE 114
2001-01-22 69.1 261.56 Clockwise Bishop Ryan High School Minot Cathlic Schools Minot North Dakota United States of America North America 48 north 101 east Joe Super jsuper@brhs.com 9th grade Physical Science 18
2001-01-23 103.97 399.8 Clockwise CEDAR DRIVE SCHOOL COLTS NECK COLTS NECK NEW JERSEY USA North America 40:17:15 074:10:22 MR. PAT GATTI runner1033@worldnet.att.net SCIENCE GRADE 8 113
2001-01-31 132.6 501.23 Counter-Clockwise Stanton School 7th Hour District 114 Fox Lake IL USA North America 42 degrees, 25 min east 88 degrees, 11 min west C. Klink Science/8th Grade 26
2001-02-01 106.4 402.19 Counter-Clockwise Stanton School period 4 114 Fox Lake IL USA North America 42 degrees 25 minute north 88 degrees 11 minutes west C. Klink Science/8th grade 9
2001-02-13 82.3 311.09 Canyon Vista Middle School Round Rock austin Texas Travis North America Carolyn Wilsford carolyn_wilsford@roundrockisd.org Math/7 13 Still waiting on e-mail replies
2001-02-15 132.14 499.49 Can't Tell Watchung Hills Regional High School Warren Warren New Jersey United States of America North America H. Kron hkron@whrhs.warrior.org Biology Grade Nine 52
2001-02-21 133.6 505.01 Clockwise Shenandoah Middle School Miami Dade County Miami Florida United States North America 25:46:32N 80:12:39W Mr. E. L. Machado Machado_e@firn.edu Advanced Academics (6-8) 16 Here in South Florida we currently have water

restrictions. The SFWMD has limited water usage to one

day a week from 4 A.M - 8 A.M. If you want to find out

more go to http://www.sfwmd.gov/index.h
2001-02-22 53.71 203.02 Both Ways Westwood Elementary Stillwater Public Schools Stillwater OK USA North America 36:07:52N 97:04:18W Pat Lackey plackey@stillwater.k12.ok.us 4th Grade 15
2001-02-21 124.46 470.46 Clockwise Shenandoah Middle School- Gifted Period 6 Miami-Dade County Miami Florida United States North America 25:42:32 N 80:12:39 W Mr. Machado machado_e@firn.edu Advanced Academics (6-8) 26 Currently South Florida is going through a drought. The

SFWMD has South Florida under water restrictions. If

you want to find additional information go to

http://www.sfwmd.g
2001-03-07 116.48 440.29 H. G. Heath Hinsdale County School District Lake City CO U.S.A. North America Krista Adams kristaladams@hotmail.com third - fifth 10
2001-03-15 78.6 297.11 Clockwise Monson High School Monson Massachusetts U.S.A. North America 42.10N 72.319W Mrs. McDonald mcdonalp@monsonschools.com Environmental Science/11 18 We realized our number will increase during spring and summer due to climate and agriculture.
2001-03-15 114 430.92 Clockwise Monson Jr/Sr High School Monson Monson Massachusetts United States North America 72.319 W 42.10 N Mrs. McDonald mdonalp@monsonschools.com Enviormental Science/ period 3 11
2001-03-20 127.34 481.35 Clockwise Hopatcong Middle School Hopatcong Borough Schools Hopatcong New Jersey United States North America 40:55:58 N 74:39:35 W Mr.Pallotta bowl4score@hotmail.com Earth Science Grade Six 20 I was surprised to see such a wide range of student water usage. Individual water usage ranged from 46 gal. to 216 gal. The students are much more aware of water conservation.
2001-03-30 142 536.76 Felix Varela Senior High School Dade Miami FL U.S. North America 25:46:32 N 80:12:39 W Mrs. Casal Tcasal@varela.dadeschools.net Earth/Space 9th 89
2001-04-03 192.2 726.52 Clockwise Miles Park Cleveland Municipal School Cleveland Ohio U.S.A North America 41:28:47N 81:40:43W Ms.Harris harrisde@cmsdnet.net 5 science 7 This project is fun to do.
2001-04-03 58.2 220 W. G. Coleman Fauquier County Marshall Virgina USA North America 38:51:53N Miss White kwhite@libertyhs.com 4th grade 16
2001-04-06 334.23 1263.39 Clockwise Clifton T. Barkalow Middle School Freehold Township School District Freehold New Jersey USA North America 40:18:26 74:16:34 Mr. Hartman-math, Miss Lippy-science alippy@freeholdtwp.k12.nj.us 6th grade science and math 115
2001-04-06 228 861.84 Can't Tell varela senior high dade miami florida USA North America t.casal tcasal@vareladadeschools.net 9 35
2001-04-06 1 3.78 Clockwise King Middle School Long Beach Long Beach CA USA North America 5 20
2001-04-08 11.1 41.96 Mckemy Tempe Arizona U.S.A North America 1
2001-04-16 117 442.26 Clockwise Meridian Jr. High Meridian Sanford Michigan Midland North America -43.616 +84.733 Dale Brecht brechtd@merps.k12.mi.us 8th Science Period #1 21
2001-04-16 123.4 466.45 Clockwise Meridian Jr. High Meridian Sanford Michigan USA North America _43.616 +84.733 Dale Brecht brechtd@merps.k12.mi.us 8th Science Period 3 24
2001-04-16 164.72 622.64 Clockwise Felix Varela Sr. High Dade County Miami Florida USA North America Jorge Camacho jcamacho@varela.dadeschools.net 9th grade / Earth and Space Science 16
2001-04-17 117 442.26 Clockwise Meridian Jr. High Meridian Public Schools Sanford Michigan USA North America -43.616 +84.733 Dale Brecht brechtd@merps.k12.mi.us 8th grade Science 1st period 21
2001-04-17 130.3 492.53 Clockwise Meridian Jr. High Meridian Public Schools Sanford Michigan USA North America -43.616 +84.733 Dale Brecht brechtd@merps.k12.mi.us 8th grade Science 2nd period 20
2001-04-17 104.9 396.52 Both Ways Meridian Jr. High Meridian Public Schools Sanford Michigan USA North America -43.616 +84.733 Dale Brecht brechtd@merps.k12.mi.us 8th grade Science 4th period 15
2001-04-17 123.4 466.45 Clockwise Meridian Jr. High Meridian Public Schools Sanford Michigan USA North America -43.616 +84.733 Dale Brecht brechtd@merps.k12.mi.us 8th grade Science 3rd period 24
2001-04-25 100.79 380.99 Both Ways Howell Township Middle School North Howell Township Farmingdale New Jersey USA North America 40.2 N 74.2 W Wagner, Coppola, Marsh-Colfer, & Bracco AbbieWagner@yahoo.com Math/Science; 6 & 7 247
2001-04-30 268 1013.04 Counter-Clockwise Citrus Grove Middle School (3 Period) Miami-Dade County Public Schools Miami Florida United States North America 25.782547 N 80.234118 W Ms. M. Martinez MMartz43@aol.com 8th Grade Science 34 This project was fun because we learned how much water we used; as well as what we can do to prevent too much usage of water.
2001-05-01 152 574.56 Both Ways Williamsburg Middle School-C Block Arlington Public Schools Arlington VA USA North America 77 37 Carrie Strasburger clstras@teacher.mail.arlington.k12.va.us Science C Block 21
2001-05-01 177 669.06 Clockwise Citrus Grove Middle School (5th Period) Miami-Dade County Public Schools Miami Florida United States Of America North America La 25.782547 N Lo 80.234118 W Ms. M. Martinez mmartz43@aol.com Earth/Space Science 8th Grade 36 The project was interesting because we learned more information about water conservation. This is very important because we are currently undergoing a drought in South Florida.
2001-05-01 295 1115.1 Counter-Clockwise Citrus Grove Middle School (Period 6) Miami-Dade County Public Schools Miami Florida U.S.A. North America 25.7825417 N 80.234118 W Ms. Mary Martinez mmartz43@aol.com 8th Grade Science 35 We were wondering if all the data is correct. How can you use only one or two gallons? It was a very interesting and educational project. This was good for us because we are having a serious water drought right now!
2001-05-02 109 412.02 Both Ways Williamsburg Arlington Arlington Virginia USA North America Mrs. Strausburger clstras@teacher.mail.arlington.k12.va.us Sciance Block B 23
2001-05-02 78.2 295.6 Counter-Clockwise Williamsburg Middle School-A block Arlington Public Schools Arlington Virginia USA North America 38:52:00 N 77:06:00 W Latanja Thomas lethomas@teacher.mail.arlington.k12.va.us Sixth Grade Science 96
2001-05-02 83.9 317.14 Counter-Clockwise Williamsburg Middle School - C block Arlington Public Schools Arlington Virginia USA North America 38:52:00 N 77:06:00 W Latanja Thomas lethomas@teacher.mail.arlington.k12.va.us Sixth - Science 96
2001-05-02 111 419.58 Counter-Clockwise Williamsburg Middle School - D block Arlington Public Schools Arlington Virginia USA North America 38:52:00 N 77:06:00 W Latanja Thomas lethomas@teacher.mail.arlington.k12.va.us Sixth - Science 96
2001-05-02 86.4 326.59 Counter-Clockwise Williamsburg Middle School - B block Arlington Public Schools Arlington Virginia USA North America 38:52:00 N 77:06:00 W Latanja Thomas lethomas@teacher.mail.arlington.k12.va.us Sixth - Science 96 Correction for Williamsburg Middle School - B block.



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2001-05-07 110 415.8 St. Mary Byzantine Cleveland Catholic diocese Cleveland Ohio USA North America 41.45N 81>70W Sr. Joanne stmarybyz@bblink.net Gr.7 Computer 20
2001-05-16 78.00 294.84 --- Elton Hills Elementary Rochester Public Schools Rochester MN USA North America 44 N 92 W Phil Rynearson Math - 4th Grade 25