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TAEE Annual Conference 2019

October 21, 2019
On September 27 & 28 the Texas Association of Environment Education (TAEE) conference will be taking place in Galveston as a way for educators to celebrate Environmental Education in Texas.  The TAEE conference envisions residents who possess the knowledge, skills, attitudes and commitment to be stewards of the unique resources of Texas.  In spirit of […]
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Energy Awareness Month

October 21, 2019
Since 1991, October has been recognized as National Energy Awareness Month.  Energy Awareness Month was created to encourage governments and organizations to raise awareness of the importance of sustainably managing the nation’s energy resources.  This year, the Department of Energy is focusing on strengthening the resilience of our federal facilities through energy optimization and enhanced […]
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Back to School

September 20, 2019
As a new school year is beginning to kick off, this is the perfect time to begin saving energy with your new students.  Starting a Watt Watchers of Texas program may seem challenging so we wanted to share some key tips from Leah Spurlock, the Assistant Energy Manager for Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, who has helped over […]
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Set Your Patrol Goals

August 19, 2019
As you're planning the new year of student patrols, think of the following questions: Where, when and how often will the Watt Watchers patrol? Consider times when classrooms are normally empty such as lunch, recess, before and after school. Which rooms and areas will be included? Will any areas be off limits? Do you want […]
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Keeping the School Cool

August 12, 2019
As you and your students are preparing for coming back to school for a new year, remember the daunting task for the school administration, energy managers, and facilities staff of preparing the school for you. One of the biggest challenges and opportunities each year is taking the school back to normal operating temperature. Even if […]
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New Tools for a New Year

August 5, 2019
In the coming school year, the Watt Watchers team is piloting digital tools for the Student Patrols program. The tried and true resources will continue to be available on the Resources page. If you are interested in becoming a pilot school for the new digital tools, please contact us at contact@watt-watchers.com.
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