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ABOUT THE STORMWATER FEE EDUCATION CREDIT
 
A Stormwater Fee Education Credit of 25% is available to public and private primary, elementary, and secondary school account holders recognized by the State of Ohio that provide to their students a regular and continuing program of education concentrating on stewardship of our water resources and minimization of demand on the regional stormwater system.
 
The rationale behind this credit is that the curriculum provided by the institution will assist the District in education regarding our regional stormwater‐related water quality and quantity problems, and also instill an appreciation and stewardship of our water resources, providing long‐term benefits and/or decreases in the demand on the regional stormwater system and program.
 
ABOUT THE CURRICULA AND RESOURCES
 
The Sewer District provides Watershed Education Curriculum (WEC) materials that schools may use to obtain the Education Credit. These materials will reflect the grade‐level Ohio Academic Content Standards and include specific outcomes. Grade levels 3, 5, 7, and 10 have been targeted for the District’s WEC program. Schools must apply for this option by June 1 of the preceding school year to ensure workbook and manual availability.
 
NOTE TO EDUCATORS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS: We provide these documents online below for reference, but to qualify for and receive stormwater fee credit in your school district, you must apply for the credit. Download our Stormwater Fee Credit Manual, and see Section VIII: Education Credit for details and requirements.
 
 
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Approved Stormwater Education providers | Certification forms

Institution Program title Grade levels Contact hours Contact
Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park All the Rivers Run—Journey to the River 4-6 4 Katie Wright
Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park All the Rivers Run—Headwaters Stream Hike 7-8 4 Katie Wright
Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park Rockin' At The Run
4-8 2 Katie Wright
Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Naturally Diverse: At Water's Edge

2-7 1.5 Katie Wright
Cleveland Metroparks Watershed Stewardship Center at West Creek Stormwater and Sustainable Development High school 3 Joe Higgins
Cleveland Metroparks Watershed Stewardship Center at West Creek Wild about water 2-3 3 Joe Higgins
Cleveland Metroparks Rocky River Nature Center Watersheds and You 3, 5, 7 3 Martin Calabrese
Cleveland Metroparks Watershed Stewardship Center at West Creek Stormwater & Sustainable 5-8 3 Joe Higgins
Nature Center at Shaker Lakes
Water Quality 4-7 2 Raja Byrnside
Nature Center at Shaker Lakes
Water Quality in your Watershed 4-7 4 Raja Byrnside
Alliance for the Great Lakes
Adopt-A-Beach 4-8 3 Katie Larson
Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District How water pollution occurs and preventing water pollution using the Enviroscape model
3-7 1 Amy Roskilly
Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District Incredible Journey 3-7 1 Amy Roskilly
Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District Sum of the Parts
3-7 1 Amy Roskilly
North Chagrin Nature Center
Acacia Reservation
3, 5, 7
2 Min Keung
Cleveland Metroparks Brecksville Nature Center Watersheds and you 3 2 Pam Taylor
Cleveland Metroparks Brecksville Nature Center Watersheds and you 5, 7 3 Pam Taylor
 
 

If you have any questions or comments regarding the curriculum or activities, call our Watersheds Department at (216) 881-6600 or email stormwater@neorsd.org.
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