A CIESE Collaborative Project

Water Use Data (September 1, 2004 - August 31, 2005)

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
2004-09-08 91 343.98 Can't Tell Stevens Institute of Technology N/A Hoboken NJ USA North America 40:44 N 74:01 W Mercedes McKay CIESE Project Leader 2
2004-10-04 8348 31555.44 Can't Tell Duke of York Royal Military school Kent Dover Kent England Europe 1 east 52 north Mr Phipps IT / Year 9 16
2004-10-27 76.9 290.68 Durant Elementary School Durant Community School District Durant IA USA North America Joy Sheeley Third grade 37 We combined the results from two classes of third

grade students and their families. We found that

we actually used much more water than we

predicted.
2004-10-27 48.07 181.7 Counter-Clockwise Fireweed Academy Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Homer Alaska USA North America 59.63 151.50 Kris Owens math/science 3rd - 5th 22 We had fun doing this investigation.
2004-11-08 100.02 378.08 Clockwise Freeland Middle School Period 1 Hazleton Area Freeland Pennsylvania United States North America 41010'0"N 07553'51"W Mr. Weaver 8th grade Science 19
2004-11-17 100 378 Keigwin Middle School Middletown Middletown CT United States North America 41.5 N 72.7 W Miss Bielefield Science/6 14 It is important to conserve water.
2004-11-17 104 393.12 Keigwin Middle School Middletown Middletown CT United States North America 41.5 N 72.7 W Miss Bielefield science/6 19 Doing the project was fun.
2004-11-17 81 306.18 Keigwin Middle School Middletown Middletown CT United States North America 41.5 N 72.7 W Miss Bielefield science/6 23
2004-11-17 94 355.32 Keigwin Middle School Middletown Middletown CT United States North America 41.5 N 72.7W Miss Bielefield science/6 26
2004-11-17 84 317.52 Keigwin Middle School Middletown Middletown CT United States North America 41.5N 72.7W Miss Bielefield science/6 18 Fun class project to teach data collection and scientific method. A "real" world problem. It made the kids think about how they used water and understand how people in other parts of the world deal with their lack of water.
2004-11-18 139 525.42 Counter-Clockwise American International School - Dhaka Baridhara Dhaka Bangladesh Asia 24 degrees North 90 degrees East Karim, Dietz, Dean-Witte 4th Grade 36
2004-11-19 93.39 353 Counter-Clockwise Ste-Adele Ste-Adele Quebec Canada North America 47 N 76 W Mrs. Robillard science grade 4 15
2004-12-08 125 472.5 Counter-Clockwise American International School/Dhaka Dhaka N/A Bangladesh Asia 23 N 90 E Karrie Dietz 4th grade 12 We used much more water than we thought we would. We think we use

more water than people who live in the villages in Bangladesh, because

in the villages many people do not have showers and they bathe in the

rivers.
2005-01-10 332 1254.96 Clockwise Kissel Hill Elementary Warwick School District Lititz PA USA North America S. Grubb 5th grade 25
2005-01-11 131 495.18 Clockwise Polton Cherry Creek Schools Aurora Colorado United States North America Deb McMullen 4th 10 It was fun and cool to keep track of our water usage.
2005-01-19 82 309.96 Clockwise Ripon Middle School Ripon Ripon Wisconsin USA North America 43:50:45 N 88:50:30 W Mrs. Osheim 1st Hour 7th Grade Math 23
2005-01-19 84 317.52 Clockwise Ripon Middle School Ripon Ripon Wisconsin USA North America 43:50:45 N 88:50:30 W Mrs. Osheim 2nd hour 7th grade Math 18
2005-01-19 74 279.72 Clockwise Ripon Middle School Ripon Ripon Wisconsin USA North America 43:50:45 N 88:50:30 W Mrs. Osheim 6th grade 4th hour Math 18
2005-01-19 94 355.32 Clockwise Ripon Middle School Ripon Ripon Wisconsin USA North America 43:50:45 N 88:50:30 W Mrs. Osheim 6th hour 7th grade math 19
2005-01-19 84 317.52 Clockwise Ripon Middle School Ripon Ripon Wisconsin USA North America 43:50:45 N 88:50:30 W Mrs. Osheim 7th hour 7th grade Math 20
2005-01-26 80.4 303.91 Counter-Clockwise University Lake School Hartland Wisconsin USA North America 43'2" 87'55" Monica LaBonte Grade 6 Computer 2 We're going to try not too waste water by not watering plants as much, turning off the water when we brush our teeth, and not leaving the faucet.
2005-02-03 73 275.94 Clockwise Shrine Catholic Grade School Archdiocese of Detroit Royal Oak Michigan United States North America 42N 83W Mrs. Carey 6 7 Moms use a lot of water!!!!!
2005-02-03 72 272.16 Counter-Clockwise Shrine Catholic Grade School - 201 Archdiocese of Detroit Royal Oak MI United States North America 42N 83W Mrs. Carey 6-201 8 It was interesting to research how much water we use without even realizing it!!
2005-02-07 428 1617.84 Sandstone Elementary Billings, MT USA North America 45:47:29 N 108:32:19 W Terri Porisch Gifted & Talented K-6 10
2005-02-10 73.3 277.07 Counter-Clockwise Shrine Grade School Archdiocese of Detroit Royal Oak MI United States North America 42N 83W Mrs. Carey Math 6 -203 13 Water is so important - please conserve!
2005-02-13 76.56 289.4 St. Barnabas - Room 211 Cleveland Diocese Northfield Ohio United States North America 41:20:37 N 81:31:47 W Tammy Vincent 5th grade Science/Math 28
2005-02-13 82.98 313.66 St. Barnabas - Room 212 Cleveland Diocese Northfield Ohio United States North America 41:20:37 N 81:31:47 W Tammy Vincent 5th grade Science/Math 29
2005-02-13 91.05 344.17 St. Barnabas - Room 213 Cleveland Diocese Northfield Ohio United States North America 41:20:37 N 81:31:47 W Tammy Vincent 5th grade Science/Math 29
2005-03-03 1395.85 5276.31 Clockwise Meadows Elementary Millbrae Millbrae Ca USA North America Kathleen Butler 5 32 This was a helpful project for the students to participate in. They really enjoyed taking this survey and it fit in very well with the curriculum
2005-03-14 62.78 237.31 JP Homeschoolers Boston MA USA North America Steve Marks 3
2005-03-27 108.26 409.22 Georgia Southern University Statesboro Georgia United States North America Lauren Williams 3
2005-03-31 71.88 271.7 Eisenhower School Period 1 Wyckoff Wyckoff NJ USA North America 40 N 74 W Mr. Lee 7th Grade Science 18
2005-03-31 82.83 313.1 Eisenhower School Period 4 Wyckoff Wyckoff NJ USA North America 40 N 74 W Mr. Lee 7th Grade Science 16
2005-03-31 84.31 318.7 Eisenhower School Period 6 Wyckoff Wyckoff NJ USA North America 40 N 74 W Mr. Lee 7th Grade Science 22
2005-03-31 81.93 309.7 Eisenhower School Period 7 Wyckoff Wyckoff NJ USA North America 40 N 74 W Mr. Lee 7th Grade Science 17
2005-03-31 88.86 335.9 Eisenhower School Period 8 Wyckoff Wyckoff NJ USA North America 40 N 74 W Mr. Lee 7th Grade Science 18
2005-04-04 165.3 624.83 Perreault Acadamy Bristol CT USA. North America 41W 72N A. Perreault 5th grade. science. 1
2005-04-14 93.5 353.43 Clockwise WCSSSD Warren County Hackettstown NJ USA North America 40.85289 N 74.834315 W John Mylecraine Science?/ 6-8 4 We were surprised to see how much water was used!

2005-04-19 149 563.22 Clockwise Warren Central Intermediate Vicksburg Warren School District Vicksburg MS USA North America Sherry Garmon 9
2005-04-19 50 189 Counter-Clockwise Bethel Christian Academy Leon Tallahassee Florida United States North America Mr. Simmons Science/4th Grade 1
2005-04-19 164 619.92 Can't Tell Warren Central Intermediate Vicksburg ms usa North America Sherry Garmon Gifted/6th 9
2005-04-22 135.2 511.06 Counter-Clockwise Warren Central Intermediate vicksburg warren schools vicksburg ms usa North America 33 N 88W Sherry Garmon gifted/6th 5
2005-04-26 91 343.98 Clockwise Valley Forge Middle School Tredyffrin/Easttown Wayne PA United States of America North America 40.06 N 75.4 W Mr. Eickhoff 6th grade science 22
2005-04-26 94.7 357.97 Clockwise Valley Forge Middle School Tredyffrin/Easttown Wayne PA United States of America North America 40.06 N 75.4 W Mr. Eickhoff 6th grade science 20 2nd period
2005-04-26 77.7 293.71 Clockwise Valley Forge Middle School Tredyffrin/Easttown Wayne PA United States of America North America 40.06 N 75.4 W Mr. Eickhoff 6th grade science 23 3rd period
2005-04-28 784.28 2964.58 Hawley Environmental School Milwaukee Public Schools Milwaukee Wisconsin United States North America LaHaye/Blankenburg 5 17
2005-04-28 112.04 423.51 Hawley Environmental School Milwaukee Public Schools Milwaukee Wisconsin United States North America LaHaye/Blankenburg 5 17
2005-05-03 82 309.96 Eagle Crest Elementary St. Vrain Longmont Colorado United States North America IDKI IDK John Blaser 5th grade 27 dkjg.kggh
2005-05-06 123 464.94 Counter-Clockwise Sparta Middle School Sparta Area Schools Sparta Michigan United States North America Mr. Putnam 8th Grade Science: 1st Hour 28 My students enlisted the help of other family members. 42 family members helped us. We had a high average because 2 families had already started sprinkling their lawns.
2005-05-06 85.1 321.68 Counter-Clockwise Sparta Middle School Sparta Area Schools Sparta Michigan United States North America Mr. Putnam 8th Grade Science: Second Hour 23 My students enlisted the help of other family members. 22 family members helped us.
2005-05-06 98.7 373.09 Counter-Clockwise Sparta Middle School Sparta Area Schools Sparta Michigan United States North America Mr. Putnam 8th Grade Science: Third Hour 30 My students enlisted the help of other family members. 51 family members helped us.
2005-05-06 96.1 363.26 Counter-Clockwise Sparta Middle School Sparta Area Schools Sparta Michigan United States North America Mr. Putnam 8th Grade Science: Fourth Hour 27 My students enlisted the help of other family members. 58 family members helped us.
2005-05-12 99.31 375.39 Counter-Clockwise Portville Central School Portville Portville NY United States North America 42.03462 N 78.33058 W Mrs. V. Schmidt Environmental Science/9, 10, 11 7 I had 4 more students who were supposed to do this activity and didn't.
2005-05-15 1097.85 4149.87 Clockwise Meadows Room 15 Millbrae Millbrae CA U.S.A. Europe Loretta Piccinini Fifth Grade 32
2005-05-17 64.81 245 Herne Bay High School Herne Bay Kent England Europe Mr M Jenkins Year 9 Maths 26
2005-05-19 127.48 481.87 Both Ways Mainland Regional High School mod 1 Mainland Regional High School Linwood, NJ New Jersey USA North America 43 N 74 W Susanne DiVincenzo Introduction to Physics & Earth Science 20127 Hi! We're the best.
2005-05-19 155 585.9 Counter-Clockwise Mainland Regional High School Mod 9 Mainland Regional High School Linwood, NJ New Jersey USA North America 43 N 74 W Susanne DiVincenzo Introduction to Physics & Earth Science 17