A CIESE Collaborative Project

Water Use Data September 1, 2002- August 31, 2003

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
2002-09-09 95 359.1 Can't Tell Stevens Institute of Technology Hoboken Hoboken NJ USA North America 40:44 N 74:01 W Mercedes McKay mmckay@stevens-tech.edu CIESE Project Leader 2 Even though our water use is close to average, it still is more than I expected. Especially since we've been trying hard to conserve water during the recent drought here in the northeast USA.
2002-09-21 30 113.4 Can't Tell Mount Toro High School Salinas Union High School District Salinas California USA North America Frank Seitz frankseitz@sbcglobal.net Special Education 9-12 20 This was an interesting project
2002-09-30 118 446.04 The Gordon School Green Block East Providence Rhode Island USA North America 414849 0712214 Blinn Dorsey bdorsey@gordonschool.org grade 8 14 This project was inspiring.
2002-09-30 118 446.04 The Gordon School Green Block East Providence Rhode Island USA North America 414849 0712214 Blinn Dorsey bdorsey@gordonschool.org grade 8 14 This project was inspiring.
2002-09-30 183 691.74 The Gordon School Blue Block East Providence Rhode Island USA North America 414849 0712214 Blinn Dorsey bdorsey@gordonschool.org grade 8 12 We love Providence...
2002-09-30 98 370.44 Clockwise The Gordon School East Providence RI USA North America 41:48:49N 071:22:14W Mrs. Fisher kfisher@gordonschool.org 8 Math/Science 13
2002-10-08 82.58 312.15 Colorado School for the deaf and blind COLORADO SPRINGS CO United States North America 38 105 Kim kbertolini@csdb.org 4 and 5 grader 6
2002-10-11 64.2 242.68 Clockwise Toltec Toltec Eloy AZ usa North America Katy Wilkins kwilkins@toltec.k12.az.us G.A.T.E. 7th 4 We learned to use less water.
2002-10-17 110 415.8 Clockwise Mickelson Middle School Brookings 5-1 Brookings South Dakota United States North America 44 N 97 W Mary Frederick mary.frederick@k12.sd.us Science/6th Grade 102 Students were surprized by the amount of water they use. They found the fact at most of earth's fresh water is in the glaciers.
2002-10-20 131.72 497.9 Mickelson Middle School - Red Team Brookings School District Brookings South Dakota USA North America 44* 18' 41 96* 47' 53 Lisa Kannegieter lisa.kannegieter@k12.sd.us 6th Grade Science - Red Team 96
2002-10-28 126 476.28 Madison Middle School (7th Science Per 3) Seattle Public Schools Seattle Washington USA North America 48 N 122 W Ms. Poole sapoole@seattleschools.org 7th Grade Science Blue Team Per 3 27
2002-10-28 117 442.26 Madison Middle School (7th Science Per 1) Seattle Public Schools Seattle Washington USA North America 48 N 122 W Ms. Poole sapoole@seattleschools.org 7th Grade Science - Blue Team Per 1 30
2002-10-28 97 366.66 Madison Middle School (7th Science Per 2) Seattle Public Schools Seattle Washington USA North America 48 N 122 W Ms. Poole sapoole@seattleschools.org 7th Grade Science - Blue Team Per 2 25
2002-10-28 97 366.66 Madison Middle School (7th Science Per 4) Seattle Public Schools Seattle Washington USA North America 48 N 122 W Ms. Poole sapoole@seattleschools.org 7th Grade Science - Blue Team Per 4 30
2002-10-28 93 351.54 Madison Middle School (7th Science Per 6) Seattle Public Schools Seattle Washington USA North America 48 N 122 W Ms. Poole sapoole@seattleschools.org 7th Grade Science - Blue Team Per 6 30
2002-10-30 107 404.46 Houghton College Houghton NY USA North America Rachel Fore Rachel.Fore@houghton.edu 2 A friend and I are using "Down the Drain" as a project for one of our classes so that we can learn how to be good teachers.
2002-10-30 101 381.78 Both Ways Edison MS West Orange West Orange NJ USA North America 40:47:34N 74:15:49W Susan Zaccaro szaccaro@woboe.org Earth Science Grade 8 18 It was cool learning about how much water we use in a week.
2002-10-30 82.8 312.98 Both Ways Edison Middle School Pd 1 West Orange West Orange New Jersey United States of America North America 40:47:34N 74:15:49W Ms. Zacarro szaccaro@woboe.org Science 8 23 We didn't realize how much water we used until we were forced to pay attention to it.
2002-10-30 152.7 577.21 Counter-Clockwise Edison Middle School West Orange West Orange N.J U.S.A North America 40:47:34N 74:15:49W S Zaccaro SZaccaro@woboe.org Science 8 20 The project was very interesting because we didnt know how much water we use.
2002-10-30 125.7 475.15 Both Ways Edison Middle School West Orange West Orange New Jersey United States North America 40:47:34N 74:15:49W Susan Zaccaro szaccaro@woboe.com Science 8 Period 6 19 The project was good because it is fun and interesting to learn about the way that our households use our water. It was also interesting whether or not we should conserve more water than the amount that we already use. This project was also good because it brought science and the involvment of our families together.
2002-10-30 117.6 444.53 Both Ways Edison Middle School West Orange West Orange New Jersey United States of America North America 40:47:34N 74:15:49W Susan Zaccaro szaccaro@woboe.org Science 8 Period 8 21 The project was difficult to monitor but we had fun doing it.
2002-11-17 100.79 380.99 Citrus Grove Middle Stone Mountain georiga Cobb North America Mrs.latimore Latimor@bellsouth.com 6th 4
2002-11-18 85 321.3 Clockwise Lakeshore Middle School Statesville/Iredell Mooresville North Carolina United States North America Mrs. Dusharm mdusharm@mindspring.com 8th grade science 19
2002-11-18 110 415.8 Clockwise Lakeshore Middle Statesville/Iredell Mooresville North Carolina US North America Mrs.Dusharm mdusharm@mindspring.com 2nd block science grade 8 24
2002-11-18 83 313.74 Clockwise Lakeshore Middle School Statesville/Iredell Mooresville North Carolina US North America Mrs. Dusharm mdusharm@mindspring.com 3rd block science grade 8 13 conserve water!!!!
2002-11-25 50 189 Counter-Clockwise houghton college houghton new york united states North America none daniel.visger@houghton.edu 1
2002-11-26 148.77 562.35 Counter-Clockwise East Windsor high school East Windsor East Windsor CT US North America 41 N 73 W Mr. Masters amasters@ewindsor.k12.ct.us 9 20 We feel we use more than the west coast.
2002-11-26 215.84 815.88 Clockwise East Windsor High School East Windsor East Windsor Connecticut United States North America 41 N 73 W Mr. Masters amasters@ewindsor.k12.ct.us Freshman Geography 14 We used more water than the west because we though we had a larger supply of water.
2002-11-27 75.37 284.9 James H. Boyd Intermediate School Elwood Huntington New York USA North America Mr. Pace jpace48@hotmail.com Grade 5 23
2002-11-27 997.98 3772.375 Clockwise Gippsland Grammar Wellington Shire Sale Victoria Australia Australia 38 degrees 148 degrees Ms Henry ggs@gippslandgs.vic.edu.au Year 9 4 No
2002-12-12 43738 165329.64 Clockwise St Julies new york new york USA North America Henery Dowery heneryD@mail.com Science Grade 7 8735
2003-01-09 84.3 318.65 St. Rose of Lima 8-203 Massapequa New York USA North America Mrs. N. Luisi Violas 8@cs.com 8th Science 20
2003-01-09 103.9 392.74 St. Rose of Lima 8-201 Massapequa New York USA North America Mrs. N. Luisi Violas 8@cs.com 8th Science 19
2003-02-12 137.59 520.09 Can't Tell St. Angela Merici School - 8A Fairview Park Fairview Park OH Cuyahoga North America 81.85 West 44.44 North Mrs. Barb DeSessa sam20830@yahoo.com Computer 8th Grade 23 We learned a lot because we made our own

spreadsheets to calculate some of the averages.

It was also fun to look on the internet for longitude,

latitude and a gallons to liter conversion factor.
spreadsheets to calculate some of the averages.
It was also fun to look on the internet for longitude,
latitude and a gallons to liter conversion factor.
2003-02-12 125.93 476.02 Clockwise St. Angela Merici School 8B Diocese of Cleveland Fairview Park OH Cuyahoga North America 81.85 West 44.44 North Mrs. Barb DeSessa sam20830@yahoo.com Computer 8th Grade 22
2003-02-12 165.85 626.91 Clockwise St. Angela Merici School 8C Diocese of Cleveland Fairview Park OH Cuyahoga North America 81.85 West 44.44 North Mrs. Barb DeSessa sam20830@yahoo.com Computer 8th grade 19
2003-02-18 47.09 178 Can't Tell Vidyodaya Matriculation Academy T. Nagar Chennai Tamil Nadu India Asia 25 75 Esther Christopher esther@Hotmail .c0m 4 45 We were suprised by our results.
2003-02-20 50 189 Mr. Finn's Class Carmel Valley California Monterey North America Bryan Finn sirfin@earthlink.net 4
2003-02-24 89 336.42 Clockwise Warren Central Intermediate Vicksburg Warren Vicksburg MS USA North America 32 93 Sherry Garmon w_garmon@bellsouth.net Gifted 6th 6
2003-02-25 68.64 259.46 Can't Tell Buckeye Elementary School Buckeye Elementary School District #33 Buckeye Arizona USA North America Ms. S Casey scasey@besd.k12.az.us science/math 5th 6 We like this project
2003-02-25 68.64 259.46 Can't Tell Buckeye Elementary School Buckeye Elementary School District #33 Buckeye Arizona USA North America Ms. S Casey scasey@besd.k12.az.us science/math 5th 6 We like this project
2003-03-10 114 430.92 Clockwise Huascaran International School Huaraz Ancash Peru South America 10 South 77 West Mr. Chambers hissecondary@terra.com.pe science 6-8 8 Due to Carnival season, students used a lot of water for water fights. The students estimated that they used around 30 gallons per student per day during this celebration month.
2003-03-12 274.875 1039.03 Can't Tell Magdalen Catholic School E.L. 2nd gr. Diocese of Wichita Wichita Kansas U.S.A. North America Michelle Johnson m1johnson@magdalenwichita.com Extended Learning 2nd gr. 2 We're excited! We enjoyed this project very much!
2003-03-12 699 2642.22 Can't Tell Magdalen Catholic School E.L. 3rd gr. Diocese of Wichita Wichita Kansas U.S.A. North America Michelle Johnson m1johnson@magdalenwichita.com Extended Learning 3rd gr. 4 1 gal. = 3.7843 liters
2003-03-17 84.95 321.11 Clockwise Hunter New York New York USA North America Susan Lowes susan.lowes@usa.net 12
2003-03-23 84.95 321.11 Clockwise Hunter College New York New York USA North America Susan Lowes Susan.lowes@usa.net Education and Technology 27
2003-03-24 428.56 1619.96 Can't Tell Magdalen Catholic School E.L. 5/6 Gr. Diocese of Wichita Wichita Kansas U.S.A. North America 40 degrees North 100 degrees West Michelle Johnson m1johnson@magdalenwichita.com Extended Learning 5/6 Gr. 4
2003-03-26 649.67 2455.75 Can't Tell Magdalen Catholic School E.L.4/5 Gr. Diocese of Wichita Wichita Kansas U.S.A. North America Michelle Johnson m1johnson@magdalenwichita.com Extended Learning 4/5 Gr. 3
2003-03-26 649.67 2455.75 Can't Tell Magdalen Catholic School E.L.4/5 Gr. Diocese of Wichita Wichita Kansas U.S.A. North America Michelle Johnson m1johnson@magdalenwichita.com Extended Learning 4/5 Gr. 3
2003-03-27 112.17 424 Clockwise Tashkent International School Tashkent Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Asia 41 N 69 E Mrs. Borger Dannielle@tis.uz Grade 8 8 It was fun, because every time we went to the bathroom we thought of science.
2003-04-01 96 362.88 St. George's Day School Germantown TN USA North America K Knowles kknowles@stgeorgesschools.org 22
2003-04-03 202.08 763.86 Both Ways Harper Elementary Riverdale Georgia USA North America Mrs. Smith rdsmith@clayton.k12.ga.us 2nd grade 4
2003-04-05 84.85 320.73 Can't Tell Hunter College New York NY USA North America Susan Lowes susan.lowes@usa.net 30
2003-04-08 100 378 Cheyenne Middle School Edmond Edmond OK United States North America Melissa Barlow melissa_barlow@edmond.k12.ok.us 8th Grade- 3rd is the BEST! 21 3rd hour is the BEST!!!!! and we like water.
2003-04-08 216.9 819.88 Cheyenne Middle School Edmond Edmond Ok USA North America 35:40:19 N 97:24:47 W Larison dclarison@hotmail.com 8/Science (3) 17
2003-04-08 144 544.32 Cheyenne Middle School Edmond Edmond OK United States North America Melissa Barlow melissa_barlow@edmond.k12.ok.us 8th Grade- 4th hour 25
2003-04-08 140.4 530.71 Cheyenne Middle School Edmond Edmond Ok USA North America 35:40:19 N 97 Larison dclarison@hotmail.com 8/Science (4) 24
2003-04-08 107 404.46 Cheyenne Middle School Edmond Edmond OK United States North America Melissa Barlow melissa_barlow@edmond.k12.ok.us 8th Grade- 5th hour 25
2003-04-08 141.8 536 Cheyenne Middle School Edmond Edmond Ok USA North America 35:40:19 N 97:24:47 W Larison dclarison@hotmail.com 8/Science (5) 17
2003-04-08 110 415.8 Cheyenne Middle School Edmond Edmond OK United States North America Melissa Barlow melissa_barlow@edmond.k12.ok.us 8th Grade- 6th Hour 23 HI!
2003-04-08 129 487.62 Cheyenne Middle School Edmond Edmond OK United States North America Melissa Barlow melissa_barlow@edmond.k12.ok.us 8th Grade- 7th hour 27
2003-04-09 360 1360.8 Clockwise Coyle Elementary Coyle Coyle OK USA North America Cindy Wilkey ciwilkey@coyle.k12.ok.us 3rd grade 11
2003-04-10 90 340.2 Clockwise St. George's Day School, Germantown, 3W Germantown TN USA North America 35:06:20N 90:00:25W Mrs. Whitaker cwhitaker@stgeorgesschools.org 3rd 22 We have learned that we need to conserve water because we have a limited supply. We should not waste water. In some parts of the world, people do not have enough water. We think everyone can make a difference.
2003-04-22 70 264.6 Clockwise Hillcrest Elementary School Big Rapids Public School Big Rapids Michigan USA North America Ms. Palmer skpcep@yahoo.com Science/5th grade 15
2003-04-28 79 298.62 Clockwise Lakeshore Middle Statesville/Iredell Mooresville NC USA North America Dusharm Mdusharm@mindspring.com Science 8th Grade 12
2003-04-28 148 559.44 Clockwise Lakeshore Middle school Statesville/Iredell Mooresville North Carolina USA North America Mrs. Dusharm mdusharm@mindspring.com 8/Science 20
2003-04-28 110 415.8 Clockwise Lakeshore Middle Stateville-Iredell Mooresville N.C. USA North America Mrs. Dusharm mdusharm@mindspring.com 8-science 17
2003-05-01 103.3 390.47 Clockwise Sequoia Middle School Fresno CA USA North America Ms. Williams diwi1026@calstateteach.net Sixth Grade Science 40 All students really enjoyed participating in this project. They were amazed at the amount of water they use, and were eager to see how much of a difference they could make in their water consumption using various conservation ideas they came up with as a class.
2003-05-01 113.2 427.9 Eleva Strum Intermediate School Eleva-Strum School District Eleva WI USA North America 44 N 91 W Mrs. Knobloch knoblochj@esschools.k12.wi.us Gr. 4 15
2003-05-05 389 1470.42 Counter-Clockwise Williamsburg Middle School Arlington Arlington VA USA North America 38 52 43 77 6 7 Strasburger clstras@tmail.arlington.k12.va.us 6 Block A 15 Classmates forgot to do it. Hard to get family members to cooperate. People would visit at the home and skew data.
2003-05-05 90 340.2 Williamsburg Middle School Arlington Public Schools Arlington VA USA North America 38 52 43 77 67 Latanja Thomas lethomas@tmail.arlington.k12.va.us 6th grade science 21
2003-05-05 510 1927.8 Counter-Clockwise Williamsburg Middle School B Arlington Arlington VA USA North America 38 52 43 77 67 Strasburger clstras@tmail.arlington.k12.va.us 6 18 Had to get sibilings to cooperate. Hard to get an accurate reading from younger children. When you go out of town, hard to collect data.
2003-05-05 91 343.98 Williamsburg Middle School Arlington Public Schools Arlington VA USA North America 38 52 43 77 67 Latanja Thomas lethomas@tmail.arlington.k12.va.us 6th Grade Science 24
2003-05-05 103 389.34 Williamsburg Middle School Arlington Public Schools Arlington Virginia USA North America 38 52 43 77 67 Latanja Thomas lethomas@tmail.arlington.k12.va.us 6th Grade Science 9
2003-05-05 1104 4173.12 Both Ways Williamsburg D Arlington Arlington VA USA North America 77 52 8 38 76 4 Strasburger clstras@tmail.arlington.k12.va.us 6 13
2003-05-05 81 306.18 Williamsburg Middle School Arlington Public Schools Arlington VA USA North America 38 52 43 77 67 Latanja Thomas lethomas@tmail.arlington.k12.va.us 6th Grade Science D block 20
2003-05-06 105.21 397.69 Grovetown Middle Columbia County Grovetown Georgia US North America Allison Yawn allison.yawn@ccboe.net Pre-Algebra/8th 13
2003-05-06 120.46 455.34 Grovetown Middle Columbia County Grovetown GA USA North America Allison Yawn allison.yawn@ccboe.net Pre-Algebra/8th 14
2003-05-06 156.1 590.06 Grovetown Middle Columbia County Grovetown GA USA North America Allison Yawn allison.yawn@ccboe.net Pre-Algebra/8th 10
2003-05-06 3324 12564.72 Clockwise Aiken Elementary Aiken County Aiken South Carolina United States North America Amanda Phillips aphillips@aiken.k12.sc.us Science Grades 3-5 300
2003-05-06 474 1791.72 Aiken Elementary Aiken Aiken South Carolina United States North America Amanda Phillips aphillip@aiken.k12.sc.us 3-5 grade science 300
2003-05-07 135 510.3 Counter-Clockwise American School of Lima Lima Lima Peru South America 12 S 77 W Susan Cannon scannon@amersol.edu.pe Grade 8 Math 90 Data collected in late summer - households with gardens are still watering their lawns in this desert climate. However, cars are washed by hand with much less water than US average, for example. All five classes involved had very similar average daily water use figures.
2003-05-08 97.23 367.53 Valley Forge Middle School Tredyffrin/Easttown Wayne PA USA North America Mr. Eickhoff eickhoffj@tesd.k12.pa.us 6th grade science 20
2003-05-08 78.6 297.11 Clockwise Valley Forge Middle School Tredyffrin/Easttown Wayne PA USA North America Mr. Eickhoff eickhoffj@tesd.k12.pa.us 6th grade science 21
2003-05-08 82.4 311.47 Clockwise Valley Forge Middle School Tredyffrin/Easttown Wayne PA USA North America Mr. Eickhoff eickhoffj@tesd.k12.pa.us 6th grade science 17
2003-05-08 490 1852.2 Both Ways Rock and Roll High School 666 Luciferton Los Angeles California USA North America 69 69 Ms.Satan idunno_34@hotmail.com 8 69
2003-05-09 124.9 472.12 Both Ways Sparta Middle School (8th, Alpha ,1st hour) Sparta Area Schools Sparta Michigan USA North America 43 N 87 W Mr. Putnam lputnam@staff.spartaschools.org 8th Grade Science 22 It was a fun project.
2003-05-09 106.2 401.44 Both Ways Sparta Middle School: 8th, Alpha, 2nd Hour) Sparta Area Schools Sparta Michigan USA North America 43 N 87 W Mr. Putnam lputnam@staff.spartaschools.org 8th Science 57
2003-05-09 106.2 401.44 Both Ways Sparta Middle School: 8th, Alpha, 2nd Hour) Sparta Area Schools Sparta Michigan USA North America 43 N 87 W Mr. Putnam lputnam@staff.spartaschools.org 8th Science 57
2003-05-09 106.2 401.44 Both Ways Sparta Middle School: 8th, Alpha, 2nd Hour) Sparta Area Schools Sparta Michigan USA North America 43 N 87 W Mr. Putnam lputnam@staff.spartaschools.org 8th Science 57 It was interesting to see our own results compared to our other family members. We never realized how much water we actually use each day.
2003-05-09 133 502.74 Both Ways Sparta Middle School: 8th,Alpha,3rd Hour Sparta Area Schools Sparta Michigan USA North America 43 N 87 W Mr. Putnam lputnam@staff.spartaschools.org 8th Science 50 It was fun. It was also interesting to learn how much water we actually waste.
2003-05-09 137 517.86 Both Ways Sparta Middle School: 8th,Alpha,4th Hour Sparta Area Schools Sparta Michigan USA North America 43 N 87 W Mr. Putnam lputnam@staff.spartaschools.org 8th Science 44 It was fun. It was interesting to see how much water we use.
2003-05-12 103.93 392.86 Grovetown Middle Columbia County Grovetown GA US North America Allison Yawn allison.yawn@ccboe.net Algebra~8th Grade 19
2003-05-12 141.7 535.63 Both Ways Sparta Middle School Sparta Area Schools Sparta MI USA North America 43 N 86 W Mr. Landry mlandry@staff.spartaschools.org 8th Grade Science 27 We used much more water than we hypothesized!
2003-05-12 108.6 410.51 Both Ways Sparta Middle School Sparta Area Schools Sparta MI USA North America 43N 86W Mr. Landry mlandry@staff.spartaschools.org 8th Grade Science - 2nd Hour 22
2003-05-12 116.57 440.63 Both Ways Sparta Middle School Sparta Area Schools Sparta MI USA North America 43 N 86 W Mr. Landry mlandry@staff.spartaschools.org 8th Grade Science - 3rd Hour 22 Our sample size is larger than the number of students using the project.
2003-05-12 107 404.46 Sparta Middle School Sparta Area Schools Sparta MI USA North America Mr Landry mlandry@staff.spartaschools.org 8th Grade Science - 4th Hour 26
2003-05-13 204 771.12 Prince Elementary School Amphitheater Tucson Arizona U.S.A. North America 32:13:18 N 110:55:33 W Mrs. Schott mschott@amphi.com 3rd grade 15 This was an exciting way to learn about water and spreadsheets.
2003-05-14 117 442.26 St. Charles Borromeo Parma Ohio USA North America Mr. Krizan dkrizan@stcharlesonline.org 23
2003-05-15 130.833 494.55 St. Charles Borromeo Room 207 Diocese Of Cleveland Parma Ohio USA North America David Krizan dkrizan@stcharlesonline.org 6th grade computer 24
2003-05-15 92 347.76 St.Charles Borromeo Room 208 Diocese of Cleveland Parma Ohio USA North America David Krizan dkrizan@stcharlesonline.org 20
2003-05-15 102.04 385.71 Valley Forge Middle School TE School District Wayne PA US North America 76 N 40 W Mrs. Ricca riccak@tesd.k12.pa.us Science/6 24 Now we know that water is precious.
2003-05-15 113.48 428.95 Valley Forge Middle School TE School District Wayne PA US North America 40 N 76 W Mrs. Ricca riccak@tesd.k12.pa.us science /6 23 Treat water like gold.
2003-05-15 121.6 459.65 Valley Forge Middle School TE School District Wayne PA US North America 41N 77 W Mrs. Ricca riccak@tesd.k12.pa.us science / 6 23 Water is like your best friend, treat it well.
2003-05-15 258 975.24 Clockwise Coronado K-8 Amphitheater School District Tucson Arizona USA North America Thomas/Kalish wthomas@amphi.com 5th 54
2003-05-16 162 612.36 Clockwise Buckeye Elementary 7th Buckeye Elementary Buckeye AZ USA North America 33:29 N 112:04 W Mr. Urbatsch burbats@yahoo.com 7th grade Math 25
2003-05-16 852 3220.56 Clockwise Walker Amphitheater Tucson Arizona USA North America Mrs. Cook scook@amphi.com 4th grade 22 We use a lot of water!
2003-05-19 643.63 2432.92 West Miami School Miami Florida United States North America Ms. Griffith miggie05@yahoo.com Math/6th grade 17 I think this is a good project and all students should be a part of this interesting and exciting project.
2003-05-20 76.5 289.17 Counter-Clockwise Windsor Middle School- DeSchamp's Advisory Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union Windsor VT US North America 70 45 Colleen DeSchamp Colleen_DeShamp@windsor.k12.vt.us 7 + 8 17 Don't waste water!
2003-05-20 76.5 289.17 Counter-Clockwise Windsor Middle School- DeSchamp's Advisory Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union Windsor VT US North America 70 45 Colleen DeSchamp Colleen_DeShamp@windsor.k12.vt.us 7 + 8 17 80- 100 gallons is the average water use per person per day.

We are happy that we are lower than the average. Don't

waste water!
We are happy that we are lower than the average. Don't
waste water!
2003-05-20 76.5 289.17 Counter-Clockwise Windsor Middle School- DeSchamp's Advisory Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union Windsor VT US North America 70 45 Colleen DeSchamp Colleen_DeShamp@windsor.k12.vt.us 7 + 8 17 Don't waste water!
2003-05-20 65.76 248.57 Can't Tell Windsor Jr. High School Windsor Windsor Vermont USA North America Kimberley Aso kim_aso@windsor.k12.vt.us 7th/8th Grade 12
2003-05-20 425.9 1609.9 Indian Hill Elementary School Indian Hill Cincinnati Ohio USA North America Jennifer Hock hockj@ih.k12.oh.us 3rd grade 11
2003-05-21 80.3 303.53 Clockwise Locarno's Advisory Windsor Jr./Sr. High School Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union Windsor Vermont U.S.A. North America 70 45 Amy Locarno amy_locarno@windsor.k12.vt.us 7/8 geography and English 14 We are an average class with average water use.
2003-05-21 113 427.14 Windsor Middle school Windsor Windsor Vermont United States North America 43.5N 77W Andy Tufts Andy_Tufts@windsor.k12.vt.us 7+8 18 it was hard to accuretley guess the number of

gallons that each occupation that we do in the day.
gallons that each occupation that we do in the day.
2003-05-21 113 427.14 Windsor Middle school Windsor Windsor Vermont United States North America 43.5N 77W Andy Tufts Andy_Tufts@windsor.k12.vt.us 7+8 18 it was hard to accuretley guess the number of

gallons that each occupation that we do in the day.
gallons that each occupation that we do in the day.
2003-05-21 95.55 361.18 Clockwise Windsor Jr. High School Windsor Windsor VT Windsor North America Mr. Robert Gray bobgrayvt@hotmail.com 7th and 8th 15
2003-05-22 168 635.04 Clockwise Windsor Jr./Sr. High School Windsor Windsor Vermont U.S.A. North America 43 north 73 West Melissa Crotto-Young melissa_Crotto-young@windsor.k12.vt.us 7/8 advisory 17 We were surprised at how much water we use! Our

individual results varied greatly from 60 gallons to 540

gallons)
individual results varied greatly from 60 gallons to 540
gallons)
2003-05-25 105.8 399.92 Watchung Hills REgional High School Warren NJ USA North America Mr. Kron hkron@whrhs.org 9th grade Biology 1
2003-05-26 80 302.4 Lake View Middle School Austin Austin Texas United States North America Mr. Wiley wiley@yahoo.com Ecology- 7 50
2003-05-26 98.2 371.2 Watchung Hills REgional High School Warren NJ USA North America Mr. Kron hkron@whrhs.org 9th grade Biology 1
2003-05-26 91 343.98 Watchung Hills Regional High School Watchung Hills Regional School District Warren New Jersey USA North America 74.518292 W 40.672716 N Howard E. Kron hkron@whrhs.org Biology J Grade 9 1
2003-05-26 1188.5 4492.53 Can't Tell Watchung Hills Regional High School Watchung Hills Regional School District Warren New Jersey USA North America 74.518292 40.672716 N Howard E. Kron hkron@whrhs.org Biology J Grade 9 1
2003-05-26 119 449.82 Can't Tell Watchung Hills Regional High School Warren NJ US North America Mr.Kron hkron@whrhs.org Biology J/9 1
2003-05-26 91 343.98 Watchung Hills Regional High School Warren New Jersey USA North America Kron hkron@whrhs.org 1
2003-05-26 115.32 435.91 Counter-Clockwise Watchung Hills Regional High School Warren New Jersey USA North America Mr. Kron hkron@whrhs.org 25 This water use assessment done by Chris Dionisio
2003-05-26 97 366.66 Watchung Hills Regional High School Warren New Jersey USA North America 74.518292 W 40.672716 N Howard E. Kron dekar1234@hotmail.com Biology J: 9th Grade 1
2003-05-26 105 396.9 Can't Tell Watchung Hills Regional High School Warren New Jersey United States North America Mr. Kron hkron@whrhs.org 25
2003-05-26 91 343.98 Counter-Clockwise Watchung Hills Regional High School watchung hills regional school district Warren New Jersey USA North America Mr. Kron hekron@eclipse.net Biology J 63
2003-05-26 105 396.9 Watchung Hills Regional High School warren NJ USA North America Mr. Kron hkron@whrhs.org 20
2003-05-26 349 1319.22 Watchung HIlls Regional High School Warren New Jersey United States North America Kron hekron@whrs.com 24
2003-05-29 171 646.38 Clockwise Caribbean Elementary ESOL class Miami-Dade Miami Florida United States North America 25.593255 N 80.39377 W Mercedes Gil-Ehrman mercedes_ehrman@yahoo.com ESOL 4th and 5th 13 Excellent addition to my WATER unit-both the

students and I are looking forward to seeing how

our water usage compares to that of students in

other parts of the world.
students and I are looking forward to seeing how
our water usage compares to that of students in
other parts of the world.
2003-06-02 142.5 538.65 Clockwise Fowler Elementary Fowler Phoenix Arizona United States North America 33.53 N 112.02 W Mr. Mitchell & Mrs. Wright gmitchell@fesd.org 4th and 5th 30
2003-06-15 109.6 414.29 Nantyr Shores Secondary School Simcoe County District South Simcoe Ontario CANADA!!!! North America Ms. Beck exellenzz@hotmail.com Biology 11 111 Fist Canadian school! Yeah, CANADA!!!!!!!!!
2003-06-19 107.9 407.86 Counter-Clockwise Charter Tech High School for the Performing Arts Somers Point NJ Atlantic North America Janice Strigh jstrigh@chartertech.org Biolgy Lab 7 Our results showed that the age of a family member affected their water use.